The Small Business Development Center at Culpeper announces that Marci Posey, Economic Development Specialist, SBA Richmond District Office and David Reardon, Business Counselor, Lord Fairfax SBDC will present a 3 part seminar on “SBA Programs Over View”, “Marketing Research and Competitive Analysis” and “Using SBA Lender Match” in the Conference Room at the Culpeper County Library. There is no charge for the seminar but the seating is limited. 


Do you know all the free assistance you can receive with SBA and our resource partners? During our SBA programs overview we will share with you a great resource for small businesses.  You will want to bring a laptop or smartphone because this will be one jam packed hour of information that you will not want to miss. Presented by Marci Posey.


Market research blends consumer behavior and economic trends to confirm and improve your business idea.  It’s crucial to understand your consumer base from the outset. Market research lets you reduce risks even while your business is still just a gleam in your eye.

Competitive analysis helps you learn from businesses competing for your potential customers. This is key to defining a competitive edge that creates sustainable revenue. Your competitive analysis should identify your competition by product line or service and market segment.  Presented by David Reardon.


Trying to find a lender for your small business? SBA has an online tool called LenderMatch that matches small businesses with participating SBA lenders. LenderMatch begins with a simple on line form that requests basic information about your business and financing needs.          Presented by Marci Posey. 

Registration is required as seating is limited. Registration can be made on–line at on the Workshops/Events dropdown or contact David Reardon at 540-727-0638 or email: to Reserve your Seat.


  • Occurred Monday, July 15th, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm


Culpeper County Library

271 Southgate Shopping Center
Culpeper, VA

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