The New York Small Business Development Center (NYSBDC) provides small business owners and entrepreneurs in New York with the highest quality, pro-bono, confidential business counseling, training, and business research.

We work with real people and real businesses. Our assistance helps people like you achieve real success, as it has for more than 30 years.

Since
1984
444,314
New York State Citizens have been helped
$6.1B
used to start or expand businesses
194,569
jobs have been created or saved

News & Updates

Aisle Allies: Connecting small vendors with large retail chains9/20/2017


With its participation in The Harlem Local Vendor Program, the Columbia-Harlem SBDC has helped 20 businesses from the neighborhood get their product on the shelves of Whole Foods Harlem.


New York Small Business Development Center Launches Online Course on How to Start a Business9/14/2017


NY SBDC Releases New Version of Entreskills, online entrepreneurial education course.


Small Business Development Center opens new satellite on New Paltz campus7/22/2017


A new office location of the Mid-Hudson Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will open in SUNY New Paltz’s van den Berg Hall, the home of the College’s School of Business.


America’s SBDC survey spotlights needs and challenges to small business7/13/2017


The results of a national survey by America’s SBDC have been released by the New York Small Business Development Center. The survey highlights key aspirations and obstacles facing American entrepreneurs across various age generations. America’s SBDC studied different generations’ views of entrepreneurship. The research looked at millennials (born between 1977 and 1995), Generation Xers (born between 1965 and 1976) and Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964). The organization also wanted to find out how familiar millennials are with available resources in general and SBDCs in particular.


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