Fellow counselors in Springfield, Ohio, Steve Anzur and Mark Keating, in District 4 were recently featured in the Dayton B2B Magazine. The WSU SBDC works with the Springfield SBDC, TEC SBDC and the SBDC at Edison Community College to provide services within the nine county area that makes up Ohio District 4. The article gives great insight into business growth and features several small businesses in and around the Dayton, Ohio area. Several support organizations for small business were also mentioned such as Aileron and the Small Business Development Centers. Read the full article: DaytonB2BSpringfield.
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has been an advocate and resource for small businesses throughout the Springfield and Clark County area since 1984. SBDC helps local business owners build vibrant and thriving enterprises by offering expert consultation, facility rental and assistance in the acquisition of capital and financing.
Unlike many SBDCs, the Springfield-Clark County SBDC employs a full-time loan officer and has funds available to loan. Its consultants represent a broad spectrum of business from manufacturing to minority businesses to Internet marketing and beyond. Each counselor has many years of experience in his area of expertise. Working individually or collectively, they offer solid advice for handling critical areas related to the growth of a business.
Free One-on-One Consulting
Free consulting services offered include accounting & finances, marketing plan development, human resource management, business plan development, and referrals to other resources involved in the SBA program.
300 E. Auburn Ave.
Springfield, OH. 45505Phone: 937.322.7821