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The size standards based on revenue are posted at
Your business should be described under Subsector 236.
If your average annual receipts are under $36.5 million, you qualify according to the above link. How SBA calculates annual receipts is covered at
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I am sorry but the answer is not entirely clear. According to
The SBA, for most industries, defines a "small business" either in terms of the average number of employees over the past 12 months, or average annual receipts over the past three years." It says OR so I don't see why you could not qualify even as a relatively new business.
You probably qualify as a small business based on number of employees so you may want to contact SBA at***@******.*** and ask if you can qualify based on that even though you have not been in business for three years yet.
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