SBDC’s are a network of 1000 centers across the US and its territories that deliver impact to the communities they support
For over 40 years, Small Business Development Centers (SBDC’s), as part of the Small Business Administration, have supported small businesses with no-cost business consulting services to help entrepreneurs Launch, Grow, Sustain and Transition their businesses.
While we are proud of our impact, we are meeting the challenge of today’s unprecedented times head on via the Small Business Makeover. Join us, our community, business leaders and let’s work hard to keep the Yavapai small business dreams alive.
The assistance we are delivering through the Small Business Makeover is not only reserved to the participating businesses! Enjoy these resources and contact us for personalized and more in-depth assistance!
we are so grateful
“SBDC has been instrumental in the development of our new business! They’ve helped us with so many things: from networking to production, policy, and procedure development, to website development, and more. We are so grateful for their expert assistance! We feel our new business is off to a great, healthy start because of them.” – Oak Creek Sheet Metal and TAC Fabrication, 2020 Success Award Winners: Kim and Todd Bean
I rely on SBDC for Guidance
“I truly wish I was aware of SBDC when I started my skincare line 5 years ago. It would have saved me thousands of dollars. They helped me create a free website and blog, guided me with how to market things, do a press release, hire staff, and how to pay them with the correct employee taxes. I relied on the SBDC for guidance. They helped me figure out Quickbooks, creating a FREE website, saving me money I did not have at the start-up. I feel more confident in my bookkeeping, and since this is a farmer’s market with internal and additional currencies, it helped me figure out how to account for my expenses and deposits in a manner that is trackable, accountable and easy to manage. Their encouragement and support have been wonderful as well.” – Prescott Valley Farmer’s Market: Hedda Fay
SBDC was instrumental
“The SBDC was instrumental at the outset by offering guidance in the development of a business plan. Mike Seibert provided us with practical examples of plans and helped us “tweak” them to suit our specific structure and goals. Following discussions with him, we were able to identify our ideal “target” customers and their priorities.” – Granite Mountain Stables: Jacque Gorman. Ed Sierman, Cameraon Macbeth