And she said she has plans for a second location within the next year or two. “Right now, we are in a good place, I think. We are a successful restaurant,” she said. Sarah Gullette-Johnson, of SGJ Property Management, started her business in 2008 at a kitchen table and has expanded with a $25,000 loan, used to replace a computer server and upgrade her website. “We’re better poised now to be the successful company that I always envisioned,” she said. Tsadakeeyah Emmanuel, of Majani Catering, whose first restaurant failed, used his loan to help launch his next venture, a catering business. He plans to open a bricks-and-mortar vegan restaurant in the spring. Too often, small-business owners think they cannot get loans of $250,000 or less, the city said.
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