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Business Recovery Accelerator

Business Recovery Accelerator

Our professional business advisors and support team are available to you during this difficult and unexpected time. We are committed to sharing the most timely information in the areas of COVID business recovery, posted in the Funding, Employer Services, Cybersecurity, Safety, and Educational Resources sections below.

To speak with someone in our new SBDC COVID Business Recovery Accelerator, call 210-458-2272 or by sending an email to Our team is available Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8am and 5pm CST. 

You can also become a client to fully explore your overall business needs by clicking in the Keep Calm and Small Business On box near the bottom of this page. This triggers the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) client registration system for the South-West Texas Border SBDC, which has served entrepreneurs in a 79-county area of South, West and Central Texas for over 35 years.


If you need help finding funding options, there are three areas to explore:



Other Funding Information


Employer Resources

Need help understanding and navigating your responsibilities as an Employer?



Decrease your risk from cybersecurity threats due to remote work and increased malicious cyber actors.





Enhance the safety of your workplace and mitigate physical risk in your business




Educational Resources


Town Halls, COVID related Trainings, Events, and On Demand Learning



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Informational Resources

What You Need To Know Now: Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG)
Here's What You Need to Know Now on preparing for the SBA's Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG)
To view more of our videos, visit us on YouTube.



Recovery Story: TechSage Solutions 

John Hill is the founder, CEO and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of TechSage Solutions, a San Antonio-based company providing a full range of IT solutions for small to medium businesses.  With the help of the UTSA SBDC COVID Business Recovery Accelerator, he’s been able to conduct business during the pandemic so that his company can focus on assisting other businesses with their IT needs. To see more of our videos, visit us on YouTube.

“Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.”


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