The Florida Black Business Support Corporation, dba Access Florida Finance Corporation, announces that it will expand its service footprint and will now operate under the name of the National Black Business Support Corporation. “We have been working toward this goal, planning and laying the administrative infrastructure, for years,” said Chairman Eugene Franklin, who also serves as the President of the Florida Black Chamber of Commerce. “For nearly thirty years we have been providing access to capital and technical assistance to Florida-based businesses. With the launch the National Black Business Support Corporation, we can now serve businesses anywhere in the United States,” Franklin continued.
Loan funds are available for minority owned, small or otherwise disadvantaged businesses. Unsecured microloans up to $5,000 require a minimum credit score of 625 and for microloans $5,001 – $10,000 require a minimum credit score of 650 for the business’ owner. Secured loans up to $50,000 require a credit score of 625. Loan applications, and full submission requirements, can be found on the organization’s website, www.NBBSC.org.
The new organization will continue to operate from Tallahassee, Florida while serving business owners throughout the United States.