We Are Proud to Support America’s SBDC and the 6th Annual #SBDCDay March 16th
For over 40 years the America’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network has helped millions of men, women, veteran and minority entrepreneurs and small business owners start and grow their businesses. Whether SBDCs are serving rural America, addressing a solution in biotech, or helping a minority business expand to global exporting, SBDCs are on the forefront, assisting their clients every step of the way.
With nearly 1,000 locations across the country, SBDCs are in every community illuminating the path forward for their clients. America’s SBDCs provide measurable economic results, in 2021 SBDCs helped generate; 71,399 jobs, $7.6 billion in sales growth; $6 billion in financing; and started 18,691 new businesses proving once again, SBDCs are leaders in job creation and economic growth.
To celebrate the collective impact and success SBDCs have across the nation and in local communities each year, America’s SBDCs are hosting the sixth annual SBDC Day today, March 16th. SBDC Day is a national movement to help share the small business success stories and notable impact SBDCs have fostered in communities nationwide.
SBDC partners and supporters are celebrating the day by participating in the national SBDC Day Ambassador program which is designed for organizations and businesses to get involved in SBDC Day and show their support through social media, blogs and newsletters. "SBDC not only understands the struggle and stress that small bushiness go through" said Aaron Kelley, UpSlope Advisors, Inc President, "They also know how to help mitigate and resolve these pain points. In other words, SBDC will put you in a position to succeed."
“In 2021, we will continue to focus on each and every community, and how the SBDC is working with local businesses and partner organizations to address the effects of the unprecedented disruptions caused by the global pandemic and social unrest on small businesses, said Charles “Tee” Rowe, President & CEO of America’s SBDC. “SBDCs have been an undeniable positive resource and will continue to help build and rebuild their communities. To learn more about SBDC Day, and to join the movement, follow the hashtag #SBDCDay and visit http://www.americassbdc.org/SBDCDay