NOTICE! Closure of EIDL Application Portal
Unfortunately, due to limited funding, the application portal for the SBA's EIDL-COVID-19 Assistance Program is temporarily closed. Register your business on the Business Registration Page for ESBA assistance. For Information on COVID-19, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.
To serve the arts and entertainment small business community by providing business assistance through mentoring, educational events, networking and job opportunities while promoting their growth and success.
The Entertainment Small Business Alliance is an award winning 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established to provide free business assistance and membership to both prospective entrepreneurs and existing small business owners in over 900 different categories in the Arts and Entertainment Industry. We are here to help address many of the essential techniques necessary for establishing and managing a successful business as well as assisting in the preparation of applications for financing. The platform for small businesses to conduct business both domestically and globally is ever changing. This program aims to serve the needs of the arts/entertainment industry by creating jobs, starting and developing businesses, strengthening the arts/entertainment small business ability to compete and recognizing the value of Intellectual Property and Research & Development as business assets.
Serving Arts and Entertainment Businesses in: