The Small Business Development Center serves the counties of Ashland, Crawford, Huron, Knox, Marion, Morrow, Richland, Seneca, and Wyandot.
The Small Business Development Center provides individual confidential counseling and training programs to improve skills and knowledge of new or existing small business owners/managers. These confidential services link resources of higher education with resources of federal, state and local governments, and the private sector.
What this means to you. The SBDC provides quality, in-depth counseling and training assistance to small businesses in order to promote growth, expansion, innovation, increased productivity and improved management. The SBDC prepares businesses to meet the specialized, complex and changing needs of the small business community. The SBDC drives economic growth across the North Central Ohio region.
There are many unanswered questions facing the small business entrepreneur. We are here to assist you in answering these questions and helping you plan for the future. We can help you grow today.
Call today – Don’t put it off
- How do I target my market?
- Should I prepare a business plan?
- How can I obtain financial assistance?
- Experiencing cash flow problems?
A Certified Business Advisor will be available for confidential counseling at Marion Technical College by appointment. Please call 740-389-4636 ext. 404, to make an appointment.
We can help! We can help in opening communications with the financial and legal communities, also with private consultants and small business groups and organizations.
What is there. The SBDC has current information on federal, state and local regulations and methods of compliance. We maintain a comprehensive library of business resources to compliment the public and university libraries within the community.
The Small Business Development Center is on campus for confidential, in-depth business counseling.
We can answer those tough questions:
How do I start a business?
How do I write a business plan?
What do they mean by projections?
Do I have a good idea that can make money?
What does it mean to be a small business owner or an entrepreneur?
How do I organize my business?
What kind of advertising really works?
Is QuickBooks the best option for my accounting?
If these are some of the questions that you need answered, stop by the Marion Technical College Workforce Development Building or call 740-389-4636 ext 404.