Tuesday, February 22, 2011

South Metro SBDC unveils remodeled website

Check it out: http://www.smallbusinessdenver.com/; it's a breezy read through what looks like everything you might need to know, and every source you might want to access, if you want to start or grow a small business.

The Small Business Development Center is hosted by the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, that whacky crew that holds the most entertaining of business-awards lunches each year.

But the chamber is a separate entity, serving a larger audience of large, medium and small businesses across the south metro region from its offices at 6840 S. University Boulevard in Centennial.

The SBDC, located in the same office, specifically serves small-business owners and is part of a statewide network of business development centers that serve small-business owners across Colorado.

About the remodeled site: It is not only elegant but extremely efficient, starting from the first link to a "Start-Up Checklist" on its welcome page, to an exhaustive "Business Resource Links," that can send you to that entire statewide network of SBDCs or a specific website to help veterans get the information they need to start a business.

The South Metro SBDC premiered the new site over the weekend. It's worth a look if you want to cut through the blizzard of information that can boggle the mind of even the smartest entrepreneur seeking to become his or her own boss.

1 comment:

  1. For an alternative to the SBDC/SBA approach to startup:

    My little book on startup:

    Attend the Denver IDEA Cafe any Friday:

    Can you join us this Friday, Robert?