Small business, SBA, SBDC

How the TSBDC Can Help Your Small Business

In Chamber News, News by ChAmBaDm

For over 30 years, the Tennessee Small Business Development Center (TSBDC) network has been empowering small business owners, entrepreneurs, and individuals with a business idea to innovate new products and services that compete in the global marketplace.

The TSBDC offers…
FREE Training Classes
How to write a business plan, how to understand financials, social media marketing, etc.
FREE Online Resources
Hiring/managing, business planning, accounting, online marketing and so much more.
FREE Referrals to Resource Partners
We’re connected to everyone who wants to serve you and we can provide direction if you’re unsure what is it that you need.
FREE Business Consultation Services
Working with you hand-in-hand as you encounter and overcome each new obstacle you’re facing.

The TSBDC is made up of a network of skilled consultants that exist to help your small business in all areas of business – at no cost to you. TSBDC clients have access to one-on-one consultation tailored to their company. Our local consultant, Danny Coleman, specializes in management, team building, operations, and technology. Request consultation at www.tsbdc.org or contact Danny directly through the information below.

To request consultation:
1. Go to www.tsbdc.org
2. Select “Request Free Advising” from the main page
3. Under “Virtual Advising”, select Maury County from the dropdown menu
4. Enter your information

In addition to working with you through the start-up phase, the TSBDC supports businesses in all phases of the business lifecycle: New Venture, Sustained Operations, Growth, Retrenchment, Turnaround and Renewal, Buy and Sell, and Succession Planning. Consultation services are also available for people interested in Mergers & Acquisitions or Franchise Opportunities.

Learn more about Danny Coleman and how the TSBDC can help your small business:

About the TSBDC
The TSBDC mission is to help entrepreneurs realize the dream of business ownership and assist existing businesses to remain competitive in an everchanging global economy. The TSBDC’s host organization is the Jones College of Business at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro. The program is funded through a combination of federal, state, local, in kind, private enterprises, and economic development organizations.