SBDC launches new website to better serve Colorado's small biz

By: Steve Thursday May 9, 2013 0 comments Tags: Denver, Kelly Manning, SBDC

Colorado SBDC logoDENVER - The Colorado Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network has launched a new website for Coloradans wanting to start a small business or enhance their current business.

The website,, focuses on making it simpler for business owners to find the resources they need to succeed.

"We are excited to offer our clients a website that truly focuses on the needs of today's small businesses and helps Colorado business owners more easily find resources," said Kelly Manning, SBDC state director.

"Whether someone is looking to start a business or for tools to help improve an existing business, will help navigate users to the services that are right for them."

The new site features different points of entry based on where users are in their business development. Tools include scheduling free consulting appointments, no-cost training videos, a special event calendar and an SBDC location finder.

The site also includes a new partnership with the Colorado Department of Transportation known as Connect2DOT, which allows businesses to access news, information and resources needed to compete in the Colorado transportation industry.

SBDC is a division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade. The Colorado SBDC Network includes 14 full-time centers and more than 50part-time satellite offices across the state.

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