Latinx Flint: Your Gateway to SBA’s Community Navigator Pilot Program

“In the heart of Flint, Michigan, a remarkable partnership has emerged between the Small Business Administration, the City of Flint and the Latinx Technology and Community Center and other partners, a local community organization committed to serving the Latinx community.

Through the SBA’s Community Navigator Pilot Program, Latinx Flint is bridging the gap, offering critical guidance and connecting individuals to a world of opportunities. If you’re seeking resources, support, or information regarding small businesses, make a beeline for Jose Lopez at 810-715-5050 and unlock the doors to a brighter future.

Navigating the SBA’s Community Navigator Program: The SBA Community Navigator Pilot Program and (LTCC) aims to empower underserved communities by providing access to essential resources, such as small business development assistance, loans, and educational programs. (LTCC)  acts as a vital link between the community and these invaluable SBA offerings. By reaching out to Jose Lopez at 810-715-5050, you gain access to a dedicated navigator who can guide you through the process, ensuring you receive the support you need to thrive in the world of small business.

Jose Lopez: Your Personal Connection: When it comes to accessing the wealth of information provided by the SBA’s Community Navigator Program, Jose Lopez is your go-to resource. With extensive knowledge and a passion for helping others, Jose can connect you to the programs, and support you need to achieve your business goals.

Don’t hesitate to call him at 810-715-5050 to start your journey toward a brighter and more prosperous future. In Flint, Michigan, Latinx Flint is your gateway to the SBA’s Community Navigator Pilot Program. If you’re seeking assistance, guidance, or information related to small businesses, reach out to Jose Lopez at 810-715-5050. Together, we’re building a stronger and more vibrant community, one connection at a time.

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