Small Business Development Centers have assisted hundreds of thousands of potential and existing business owners by providing the management advice, training and information they need to start, grow, and profit. With funding from the U.S. Small Business Administration and partners ranging from institutions of higher learning to state agencies to municipalities, to private organizations, SBDCs are able to offer this management assistance to business owners at little or no cost.
Turning 50 is always a milestone in anyone’s life, and Tammy Tombroff started thinking about her bucket list. She had been a single mom, raising three children while she worked as a cosmetologist during the 1980s, but also managed to find time to go back to school to obtain a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and then a master’s in Social Work. She opened her own business and worked as a clinical social worker for 16 years. But during that time she dreamed of having a business where she could combine her first...
Interested in learning more about different lending options such as micro loans, conventional loans, crowd-funding, and more?
Get your funding, banking and cash flow questions answered by experts with the Small Business Resource Network at Breakfast with the Experts on June 13th from 8:00 to 11:00 am at the Adam Herbert University Center. This event will provide you with ideas to improve cash flow and increase profits!
The event will include an expert panel discussion and time for interaction with knowledgeable lenders available for a question and answer session.
Who Should Attend?
Business owners who want to:
• Identify new sources...