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Small businesses are the backbone of the American Dream and how almost 97% of Alabamians make their living. Start your own today.
Starting your own business may seem impossible. How do you handle your cash flow, employees, loans? That's what we’re here for.
The Small Business Development Center at Auburn University can turn your dreams of owning a small business into reality. For the past 23 years, the SBDC at Auburn University has offered personal consultation concerning many aspects of small business development. The SBDC offers all business owners the opportunity to create their American Dream.
Ready to start your own small business? We can help. We’ll assess your business needs and provide counsel based on the specifics of your situation. Fill out our online registration form to get started.
Fill out the registration form so we can learn about your business needs. A counselor will be assigned to contact you within 24-48 hours upon receipt of the registration form. And don’t worry—all your information is held in strict confidence.Register
In 1980, Congress adopted the Small Business development Center (SBDC), which authorized the creation of SBDC networks in each state. Former Auburn Business School Dean George Horton embraced the idea, establishing a SBDC branch at Auburn University in 1980. The Auburn branch was to provide technical and counseling needs of small businesses in east-central Alabama.
The SBDC at Auburn serves eight counties: Coosa, Chambers, Clay, Lee, Macon, Randolph, Russell and Tallapoosa. Residents in these counties have the opportunity to use the Center's expertise and advice concerning many aspects for starting a business.
The Alabama Small Business Development Center Network
Includes Frequently Asked Questions for Small Businesses
U.S. Small Business Administration
Economic Development Institute
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Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U. S. Small Business Administration.
Director, Small Business Development Center