America's Small Business Development Centers is the national association whose mission is to help entrepreneurs start small businesses or grow existing small businesses to remain profitable and viable in the global economy. Through nearly 1,000 local centers the SBDC offers free business consulting and mentorship and at-cost training to small business owners throughout the United States.
Small Business Development Centers Key Information:
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Recent News About America's Small Business Development Centers:
- June 18, 2019 - SBDC’s Dave Stauffacher Receives 2019 State Star Award.
- May 9, 2019 - The Ultimate National Small Business Week 2019 Events Calendar.
- May 8, 2019 - America's SBDCs and SBDC Clients Recognized at National Small Business Week in Washington, D.C.
America's Small Business Development Centers FAQs:
How do I find a Small Business Development Center near me?
Simply visit the SBDCs website, hover over "Home" on the top navigation menu, then click on "Find Your SBDC". You'll be taken to a page that asks for your zip code, then returns the nearest Small Business Development Centers.
If you don't find a Small Business Development Center in your area, check the results and see if there's an SBDC website for your state, then browse their list of workshops throughout the state to find learning opportunities near you.
How do I find a Small Business Development Center business mentor?
Visit your local SBDC for free business mentoring and consulting on topics including business planning, marketing, technology development, growing your business, and much more. Small Business Development Centers also provide at-cost training for more advanced business subjects.
What is the main function of America's Small Business Development Centers?
The primary goal of America's SBDCs is to help small business owners and their businesses succeed and build thriving communities throughout the United States. Local Small Business Development Centers are hosted by colleges and universities, local and state economic development agencies, and local private sector companies, all entities that have an interest in the economic health of their communities.
More healthy small businesses means more jobs and more money circulating throughout communities and supporting other local businesses. America's Small Business Development Centers help keep cities and towns throughout the United States economically vibrant and healthy.
What are some of the topics covered in Small Business Development Centers workshops?
Local or state Small Business Development Centers often hold workshops on a variety of business topics, ranging from the general "How to Start a Business" to the more specific "Government Contracting" and "Take Your Business Global: Access to Capital for Export Financing." Via either one on one mentoring or members-only workshops SBDCs provide useful information on critical topics for small business owners, either for free or for a nominal fee.