HONOLULU -- The Small Business Administration will meet with several Hawaii-based credit unions and banks this month to discuss how the agency can help their small business members and customers.
During the free, private "resource day" sessions, SBA's staff will explain the federal agency's guaranteed loans, government contracting certifications and business development opportunities, and other sources for training, business counseling, planning and technical assistance. The agency will also explain how their programs can be tailored to members and customers who own small businesses.
The $112 million Hawaii Central Credit Union is scheduled to meet with the SBA today. The $215 million Honolulu Federal Credit Union's session is set for Dec. 19. Officials at First Hawaiian Bank will also meet with the agency on Dec. 10.