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Technology CU offers services online
SAN JOSE, Calif. (1/12/09)--Technology CU (Tech CU), San Jose, Calif., has partnered with an online network, businessownerspace.com, to offer its Business Services Suite, a package of financial services to help small business owners manage their companies. Businessownersspace.com provides information and services to small business owners in the Silicon Valley area. It was launched as a collaborative partnership among two dozen public, private and nonprofit agencies in Silicon Valley and San Jose. “Many startups and small business owners are feeling the pressure of this economy and are looking for resources that will help them continue to grow despite the down market,” said Sarah Samuel, Tech CU associate vice president of small business services. Tech CU offers checking and savings accounts, business loans, business lines of credit, business credit cards, payroll services, merchant processing, data storage and digital bookkeeping, small business planning and preparation, health savings accounts and tax preparation services. Tech CU has $1 billion in assets.


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