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SBDC Business Advisors Help Entrepreneurs And Small and Medium Sized Businesses

With The Following: 

  • Business Plan Development

  • Small Business Start-Up Guidance

  • Accounting Guidance

  • Loan Information

  • Packaging Assistance

  • Organizational Structure Advice

  • Productivity Enhancement Advice

  • Marketing Assistance

  • Financial Planning

  • Cost-Analysis Assistance

  • Training Programs

  • Export Assistance

  • Construction Management Assistance

  • Minority Women Business Enterprise (M/WBE)

  • EntreSkills

  • Procurement Assistance Services/BidMatch

  • And Much More!

The Staten Island Small Business Development Center (SBDC)  provides customized solutions through advisement, education, research, and advocacy for entrepreneurs, innovators, and SMEs.  We provide various no-cost workshops and webinars throughout the year, including business topics such as: the importance of a business plan, business structure, tax webinars and Google topics, (we partner with the #GrowWithGoogle program.)

The SI SBDC is a partnership with the SBA and our host campuses, and is administered by the State University of New York(SUNY) funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

SBA presents to you the 2024 Small Business Administration’s (SBA’s) National Resource Guide. This guide was created to provide you with valuable tools and connect you with resources that will empower you as you build upon your American dream of business ownership.

Within this guide, you’ll learn how the SBA can help you: • Obtain working capital, equipment and building financing, bonding and other critical capital to start and grow your business. • Pursue seed funding to develop and commercialize your innovation. • Access equity and debt investment capital to scale. • Find training resources that align with your business goals and unique needs. • Grow your business through global trade. • Increase revenue and sales by selling to the federal government, the world’s largest buyer of goods and services.  




 



 

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