Small Business Development Center
California State University Bakersfield
Thank you for attending Access To Capital Conference Bakersfield
You can find the presentations on the website at http://access2capital-bakersfield.com.
The Small Business Development Center at California State University, Bakersfield presented a daylong conference that provided details and strategies for lending, financing options and solutions for small business owners. This is an excellent opportunity to explore financing choices and learn about what programs can best fit your needs.
Webinar Wednesday Series
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Wed, Feb 19th 2014 12:05pm - 1pm
To join our webinar
go to www.gotowebinar.com
Enter webinar Code: 138-413-531
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SBDC at CSUB
The CSUB Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has the primary mission of promoting the development and growth of small businesses by providing high quality business assistance throughout Kern County.
The CSUB SBDC assists Kern County's entrepreneurs and small business owners through providing one-on-one consulting, small business training and research.
Our program is dedicated to promoting economic growth in our community. We provide confidential one-on-one business consulting to assist with business start-ups, growth, loans, marketing, government contracting, technology and more. We have the resources to help you start, grow or manage your business and, as a non-profit organization; most of our services are free.
We also offer low-cost training events and workshops to help you strengthen your business knowledge and apply it immediately to your business plans.
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Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration and the University of California, Merced. All opinions, conclusions, or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. All Federal and State funded programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Special arrangements for individuals with disability will be made if requested in advance.