The SBDC's most recent webinar with presenter Curt Anderson is now available to view at the Small Business Academy.
What can the SBDC do for you?
We have the know-how you need.
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Jamestown Community College provides management and technical assistance to start-up and existing small businesses throughout Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, and Allegany Counties.
The SBDC’s knowledgeable and experienced staff provide expert one-to-one counseling, training, and instructional programs to help small businesses succeed. Any existing small business, firm, or individual considering starting a small business may request assistance. There are no charges for direct counseling by the SBDC under this program.
The SBDC can assist in business plan development, packaging loan applications, financial planning including cost analysis and revenue projections, marketing and social media assistance, export and procurement guidance, complying with permit, licensing, and other regulations, productivity enhancement, and supporting the start-up and/or expansion process for small businesses.
Your success is our business.
The vision of the NYS Small Business Development Center at JCC is to create economic sustainability for all Western New Yorkers - one business at a time.
The SBDC delivers high quality business counseling and training to clients looking to start a business or improve the performance of an existing business. Our services are free and confidential.
What do our clients say about us?
"The Small Business Development Center helped me to create my retail and food service sauce corporation that now distributes nationwide. The services and knowledge they provide is something every business or potential business owner should take advantage of. If you want to grow or help your business, you will contact SBDC."
ROGER HALL / PRESIDENT
"Without the assistance from the SBDC, this sheer quantity of new customer engagement would have never taken place.
The SBDC at JCC is an invaluable resource for our local business community."