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SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER

Sul Ross State University, Alpine, Texas

Alpine Office: 432-837-8694   

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Directions to the Centennial School Building


UPCOMING SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS

To pre-register for the seminars and workshops call
432-837-8694 or email hharrell@sulross.edu.

For Course Dates & Descriptions Visit Our Training Page


    Have you thought about opening a business or maybe you are in business and want to expand? Come speak to a SBDC Advisor, we are here to help you through each step.

Appointment with Advisor

 


2017 Texas Small Business Needs Assessment Poll

2017 Needs Assessment Poll

 

 


South-West Texas Border 2016 Annual Report 

2016 Annual Report

 


City of Alpine - Vision Plan is now available!

City of Alpine - Vision Plan

City of Alpine - Vision Plan Presentation

 


SRSU Second Century Education Summit

Five foundations approached Sul Ross State University President Bill Kibler with an idea for a way to give back to the region they consider special to them. They suggested that Dr. Kibler serve as a facilitator to en-courage the fourteen regional school dis-tricts to serve as an example of collabora-tion, cooperation, and conversations. The foundations look forward to learning more about the needs, ideas, and programs that each school district offers in order to in-crease educational attainment of the region.


View the July 2016 Newsletter Here



SBA Launches Online Matchmaking for Small Business Loans

     LINC (Leveraging Information and Networks to access Capital) is the newest SBA tool for applicants and lenders to connect. This tool is an online referral system on SBA’s website www.sba.gov to connect small business borrowers with participating SBA lenders. Prospective borrowers complete a short online questionnaire. More info...


First Stop for Small Business Assistance: Big Bend SBDC

      Thinking of starting a small business or expanding an existing one? Or maybe you’re looking for a small business loan. Where could you go for enlisting professional help with marketing, management or financial matters? In the Big Bend Region, your first choice for no-cost confidential assistance should always be the Big Bend SBDC.

    The Big Bend Region SBDC is located in Room 102 of the Centennial School Building in Alpine at 500 W. Avenue H, Alpine, TX and in the Pecos Economic Development Corporation Building in Pecos at 119 South Cedar, Pecos, TX. Potential clients can schedule an appointment by calling the Alpine office at 432-837-8694 or the Pecos office at 432-445-9945.

Request Advising Appointment Here


SBDCGlobal.com: connecting small businesses to the world!

      International connections, trade tools and market information are critical for your small business to succeed in importing and exporting. Through SBDCGlobal.com, your small business can gain access to new markets, supplier networks, facilitated international business opportunities, cutting edge trade information and one-on-one consulting from Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs). As an SBDC client, you can expand your global potential!

Sign up today at  www.sbdcglobal.com .



No-Cost Online Virtual Training Workshops in English and Spanish.

      Begin to master and comprehend important business practices and skills on your computer in the comfort of your home or office. Introduce yourself to the intricacies of marketing and finance, or learn what it takes to start your own business.

  • No fees involved!

  • 32 virtual workshops to choose from!

  • Learn solid management concepts!

  • Traditional business concepts with real -world applications!

  • Workshops range from basic to advanced subjects!

Click Here For a Complete Description of Online Courses
st Texas Border SBDC Network.


A partnership program with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

     The Big Bend Region Minority and Small Business Development Center at Sul Ross State University is funded in part through the State of Texas and a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Please call 432.837.8694 to make arrangements.