SBDC network offers new online resource tool


Colorado, through its Small Business Development Center network, has created a new online resource guide for businesses that segregates aid based on company size and each company’s needs.
The online tool helps users – from people who have nothing more than an idea to mature companies with more than $9 million in annual revenue – search for a wide range of resources, including financing and tech transfer advice.
“There are many resources around the state left untapped by business owners,” Kelly Manning, SBDC state director, said in a statement. The SBDC includes 14 full-time centers and more than 50 satellite offices statewide.
To access the new resource guide visit www.coloradosbdc.org/resources/resource-gateway.

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