West Central Small Business Development Center

sbdc@cord.edu   (218)299-3037

Resources


Here are some other small business development resources.

Resources

  • Loan Payment Calculator

    The IRS provides excellent tools that helps small business owners stay tax  compliant.

  • Top 5 Free Do it Yourself Web Builders

    Here is a report on the top free do it yourself web builders out there today.  Each of these web builders allow you to get a website up and running today and it is all free.

  • M State's BES education opportunities

    Join M State’s BES as they offer NEW and EXCITING educational opportunities in 2012-13. Join us for our credit-based learning courses aimed at business professionals who aren’t pursing a one or two year degree. JUST FOR YOU — the courses are current applicable topics and are being offered at user-friendly times and days to fit your busy schedules.

  • WCMNSBDC Business Plan

    The West Central Minnesota Small Business Development Center has put together a business plan template to assist you in creating a new business plan.

  • WCMNSBDC Marketing Plan

    The West Central Minnesota Small Business Development Center has put together a marketing plan template to assist you in creating a marketing plan.

  • Business Loan Funds

    This site will be a great benefit if you are searching for financing (and will then need help filling out paperwork and developing a business plan) along with an up-to-date resource for counselors to better assist clients.  This website is the largest and most up to date resource on the internet and is closing in on 2,000 unique loan programs including those from SBA, USDA, EDA, not for profits and economics development agencies in every country throughout the United States.

  • Women-Owned Small Business

    The Small Business Act authorizes contracting officers to specifically limit or set aside, certain requirements for competition solely amongst women-owned small businesses (WOSBs) or economically disadvantaged women-owned small businesses (EDWOSBs). Facts, Guide, FAQs

  • Subscribe to e-News for Small Businesses

     IRS Provides a free electronic mail service designed to provide various tax information for small business owners and self-employed individuals.

  • SBA Launches New Assessment Tool

    The Small Business Administration launched a new assessment tool to help you determine if you’re ready to start a business.

  • FAQs

    Learn about business support, insurance, loans, credit scores and more.

  • Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center

    The IRS provides excellent tools that helps small business owners stay tax  compliant.

  • Important IRS updates

    The IRS wants small businesses to know and understand changes that may affect them.