Massachusetts Small Business Development Center Network

  

MSBDC

  

Contributing to the economic and entrepreneurial growth in Massachusetts since 1980
 

 

We are open for business!

free webinarsTo protect the health and safety of our clients and employees, until further notice, MSBDC advising is being offered virtually. We are committed to supporting entrepreneurs during these challenging times. One-on-one confidential business advising continues. Staff are available to assist you via email, phone, or video conference.

If you are not currently a client, visit our Request for Counseling page at www.msbdc.org/rfc to make a free and confidential appointment with an advisor.

Visit our dedicated COVID-19 page featuring useful resources, articles and free archived COVID-related webinars at www.msbdc.org/covid-19.

**NEW**

Jan 5 - SBA Extends COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan Application Deadline through Dec. 31, 2021

Jan 5 - SBA Introducing "Ascent", the first-of-its-kind online resource specifically designed to help the nearly 10 million American women entrepreneurs grow and scale their small business. All content is backed by research on the needs of empowering women business owners and female entrepreneurs.

Dec 23 - Governor Baker announces $668 million small business relief package (video)
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has made an additional $668 million available to support businesses through new and existing programs. The Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation (MGCC) will target a portion of these funds to sectors experiencing the most significant economic hardship and a loss of revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more...

Dec 22 - New Massachusetts COVID Restrictions take effect on Dec 26 (video)

Mass.gov - COVID-19 Resources & Guidance for Massachusetts Businesses | Latest state information on COVID-19

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Successful entrepreneurs continually seek ways to improve the management and operation of their business, often seeking outside advice to help with particular challenges. Studies consistently show that Massachusetts citizens receive a strong return on their investment by utilizing the services of the MSBDC Network. Our clients outperform other businesses in the state in average sales and job growth.

The Massachusetts Small Business Development Center Network is committed to helping your business succeed in Massachusetts. We provide free, confidential, one-to-one business assistance and free or low-cost educational training programs to prospective and existing small businesses throughout the Commonwealth. The MSBDC fosters the start, growth and sustainability of small business by providing high-quality, in-depth advising, training and capital access.

Areas of assistance include, but are not limited to: business plan development, preventure feasibility, cash flow analysis, personnel and organizational issues, conventional and non-conventional financing, marketing, international trade, SBIR and government procurement.

 

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A partnership program with the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Massachusetts Office of Business Development under cooperative agreement SBAHQ20B0022 through the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Isenberg School of Management. SBDCs are a program supported by SBA and extended to the public on a non-discriminatory basis. SBA cannot endorse any products, opinions or services of any external parties or activities. By contacting our office and requesting at least two weeks in advance, every attempt will be made to reasonably accommodate persons with disabilities and those who need translation services.
  
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Massachusetts Small Business Development Center Network
Tillson House
University of Massachusetts
23 Tillson Farm Road
Amherst, MA 01003
413-545-6301 | Fax 413-545-1273

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