Small Business Development Center, Napa-Sonoma

Are You Ready for Small Business (or Potential Small Business) Advising? Visit www.napasonomasbdc.org/ to learn how the local Small Business Development Center can be a valuable resource to those with a small business or to those just starting out as entrepreneurs. The Napa-Sonoma branch of SBDC provides no-cost, one-on-one business advice as well as low-cost business training.

SBDC works hands-on with entrepreneurs to address challenges, seize opportunities and help grow a client’s bottom line. For example, they conduct a wide variety of business seminars on subjects such as accessing capital, business planning, e-commerce and web marketing, human resource management, expansion and growth capital, legal and business issues and a variety of best practice programs designed to help small businesses use the best techniques possible to increase sales and profits.

SBDC has a team of business advisors (most who have advanced business degrees from top schools and 20 or more years of work experience) who offer one-on-one consulting to clients. Relationships with a wide variety of other service providers help clients get the right help for their specific issue. Many common questions come from people who need help accessing information as they navigate through the business start-up process.

Whether just thinking about starting a business, in the midst of navigating the process or are already an established business looking for answers, the SBDC of Napa-Sonoma can help. Simply complete the application at www.napasonomasbdc.org/ and submit your request. There is no cost to you. The local Napa-Sonoma SBDC has served small businesses and entrepreneurs for more than 25 years and is waiting to help you. Contact your local SBDC at:

 

Sonoma County Office

141 Stony Circle, Suite 110, Santa Rosa

(707) 595-0060

email: SBDCclientservices@napavalley.edu

 

Napa Office

Napa Valley College

2277 Napa Vallejo Hwy., Bldg. 3300

(707) 256-7250

email: SBDCclientservices@napavalley.edu

 

SBDC is funded in part through cooperative agreements with the U.S. Small Business Administration, the California Governor’s Office for Business and Economic Development, and other private and public partners; and nationally accredited by the association of SBDCs.