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Small Business Development Centers

With nearly 1,000 locations across the country, Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) offer free one-on-one expert business advice and low-cost training by qualified small business professionals to existing and future entrepreneurs. The SBDC program includes special focus areas such as, green business technology, disaster recovery and preparedness, import and export assistance, veterans assistance, electronic commerce, technology transfer and regulatory compliance. A number of SBDC networks have specialized programs or centers dedicated to these focus areas.

To request personal assistance, go to www.asbdc-us.org to find a Small Business Development Center near you.

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