The Start of Something Big

It has been a challenging year, but many small businesses have found ways to pivot, adapt and even prosper. This month we are celebrating the resilient spirit of the small business community and the path forward for business owners who are ready to start something BIG.

Supporting Women- and Minority-Owned BusinessesProtecting Your Business from FraudAccessing the Capital You NeedNetworking in the Virtual Age

Supporting Women- and Minority-Owned Businesses

The Covid-19 pandemic posed many challenges for small businesses, but many minority and women-owned businesses have been disproportionally impacted. Learn about important resources for your business and read inspiring stories from minority and women small business owners.

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Protecting Your Business from Fraud

Fraud has become more prevalent amidst the pandemic as many small businesses transitioned to digital platforms and remote work, often disrupting standard practices for managing risk and security. Learn how to reduce your fraud risk and protect yourself and your business from some of the most common threats.

Ask a Banker: How Safe are Mobile and Online Banking?

6 Simple Ways to Improve Your Payment Security

Expedite Your Fraud Detection by Knowing 3 Common Red Flags

Today's Payment Options for Small Businesses

Phishing: A Real Threat to Your Business (And How to Avoid It)

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Accessing the Capital You Need

Many small business owners sought support from the SBA for emergency funding during the coronavirus pandemic. We know capital is the lifeblood of your business. Get information, tips, and resources on small business lending to support you and your business objectives.

Ask a Banker: How Do I Discuss My Finances with a Banker in Times of Uncertainty?

How to Use a Business Line of Credit to Help You Succeed

What is an SBA Loan?

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Networking in the Virtual Age

With the transition to an online world, many parts of our daily lives had to change – most notably in-person connections and networking. Learn strategies for how you can continue to grow your network and nurture new and existing personal connections via virtual networking.

Ask a Banker: What Are Best Practices for Finding New Clients in a Down Economy?

Networking Tips & Tricks: What You Need to Know

Tapping into Social Media to Grow Your Business

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Readers should consult their own attorneys or other tax advisors regarding any financial or tax strategies mentioned in this article. These materials are for informational purposes only and do not necessarily reflect the views or endorsement of Santander Bank.

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