Colorado Small Business Development Center Network
The Colorado Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network helps small businesses achieve their goals by providing free, confidential consulting, and low or no-cost training programs across the state.
The SBDC Network includes:
- 15 statewide centers
- over 70 part-time satellite centers
- over 300 specialized business consultants with tailored services to local regions
The SBDC Network combines information and resources from federal, state, and local governments with those of the educational and private sectors to help existing businesses grow and prosper.
Powered by the Small Business Administration (SBA), the SBDC Network is the federal government's largest and most successful management and technical assistance program for small businesses.
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SBDC Programs and Funding
Small Business Accelerated Growth
This program provides technical assistance and grants to small businesses to grow their business.
Small Business Navigator
The Small Business Navigator is the first point of contact for new and existing business owners with questions about federal, state and local licensing requirements. The navigator also provides referrals to a variety of state and federal assistance programs and local small business training.
Colorado Business Resource Book
This resource is your complete guide to starting and running a business in Colorado.
Small Business Training Workshops
We offer free and low-cost training workshops to help existing and new businesses grow and prosper in Colorado.
Small Business Consulting
We provide free one-on-one consulting services to help you build a successful business at 15 community-based full-time centers and more than 70 part-time centers across Colorado.
Small Business Legal Assistance
This program matches small business owners with attorneys for a no-cost, hour-long consultation.
SBDC Disaster Relief Program
Our consultants and partners can assist with disaster loan applications, long-term planning, insurance navigation, physical and economic loss estimations, and business preparedness.