Superior California Economic Development (SCED) provides assistance in small business finance, small business training and economic development planning with the goal of creating stable, long-term employment opportunities in the private economic sector.

Superior California Economic Development (SCED) equips entrepreneurs with the skills that are necessary for operating a successful small business.

Superior California Economic Development (SCED) provides millions in financing to help small businesses grow to their potential.

Business Start-Up Assistance

Prepare yourself for the challenges of successfully operating your own small business through SCED's Microenterprise Development Program.

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Commercial Real Estate Loans

Discover the best kept secret in commercial real estate financing – the SBA 504 Loan Program.

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Business Loans

Having trouble qualifying for a loan or need gap financing? See if SCED can help.

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Economic Development Planning

Learn how SCED is assisting your community through economic development planning.

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Learn how Superior California Ecomomic Development has helped other businesses to achieve their goals.

Success Stories

Trinity PC & Electronics
By participating in SCED's Microenterprise Development Program, owner Roni Nugent thoroughly researched her market, developed her business plan and obtained a business loanto start Trinity PC & Electronics.That was in 2003, and she?s still going strong?

Dr. Steven Borchers, DDS
Dr. Borchers had outgrown his leased office space and was ready to purchase his own building to handle the future growth of his practice. By working with his bank and SCED?s SBA 504 loan program, Dr. Borchers was able to finance 90% of the commercial Real Estate purchase.

Prime Cinemas Red Bluff
SCED was contacted by a lending partner to provide gap financing to enable the borrower to acquire the Red Bluff Theater and also provide additional working capital. Because of SCED's ability to finance non-traditional deals in a timely manner, SCED was able to fund the loan and the business.