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Small Business Development Center
Small business development centers (SBDCs) are funded in part by the Small Business Administration (SBA) and also work with local colleges and some other funding agencies. Every state has at least one SBDC, and most states have several offices in several cities.

SBDCs can be an excellent resource for businesses, offering high quality professional advice at very low prices.

SCORE Counselors
The Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) consists of over 12,000 volunteers, and is sponsored by the US Small Business Administration. SCORE provides free, confidential, one-on-one counseling to small business owners and those interested in starting businesses. SCORE members are retired or working executives with in-depth expertise in a wide spectrum of businesses nationwide.
Business Information Centers
Business Information Centers (BIC) are recent additions that provide computer research and graphic workstations. These centers offer access to market research databases, business planning and marketing software, and interactive libraries of information.

Click on your state below to locate the nearest SBDC, SCORE and BIC center.

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