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SBDCs provide free business consulting and low-cost training to people looking to start a business or to expand their business and stay competitive. Weld County provided the SBDC with $35,000 in funding in 2012.
“Last year, the Weld County centers helped 299 clients navigate funding and development challenges,´ said Commissioner Chairman William Garcia. “That number is remarkable when you consider that 480 clients were served in the entire region in 2012.”
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In addition to Weld County, the SBDC serves towns across the eastern plains of Colorado.