Small Business Development Center
SBDC is a resource center for small business owners & entrepreneurs, helping your business succeed through counseling in finance, management excellence, and marketing. We understand the challenges and obstacles which await business owners, that's why SBDC gives you access to a powerful network of business tools that extend throughout the federal, state, county and private sectors.
Sign up for Small Business Counseling Today
(928) 776-2008 or register online
Help Your Business Succeed!
The AZSBDC proudly hosts the Arizona Procurement and Technical Assistance Program (AZPTAC). Connect with procurement specialists, who can prepare you to pursue government contracts and procurement opportunities
Carefully selected titles address the needs of small business owners. Check out a book any time - or ask for a recommendation.
Workshops, seminars, and Community Events
We invite guest lecturers, design classes, and partner with other community organizations to provide training, educational, and networking opportunities to Central Arizona entrepreneurs.
Benefit from our Partnerships
Our dynamic relationships with organizations, governmental, educational, and business entities, can provide you with valuable connections and resources.
Opportunities for Veterans
We are your source for assistance in obtaining loans and other resources available to veteran entrepreneurs.
Superb Small Business Counseling Services for Free
Yavapai College's SBDC offers free counseling services to people wanting to start a business or who have already established one. We want to help you on your path to successful small business ownership! Business counseling topics include:
- Business Start-Up Acquisition
- Sources of Capital
- Marketing and Sales
- Government Procurement
- Accounting and Records
- Financial Analysis/Cost Control
Online Self-Help Resources for Small Business Owners
- Arizona SBDC Network
- Small Business Administration (SBA)
- IRS Affordable Care Act Tax Provisions
- Upcoming Affordable Care Act webinars