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          The Wisconsin SBDC offers consulting, education, referrals, sophisticated tools and resources, whether you’re just getting started or looking for ways to improve your business.

          Get financing for your new or growing business

          Finding people who believe in your idea as much as you do can be difficult, especially when it comes to funding. We can help secure initial funding or aid in expansion.

          Launch a new business

          Time to launch your business! But you’re not sure where to start. Let the Entrepreneurial Training Program and other resources guide you.

          Grow your existing business

          An established business’ next steps are maintenance and often growth. Take advantage of our cybersecurity and business management programs.

          Determine if your business idea is feasible

          Do you have a business idea and want to find out if it’s worth your investment? SBDC can help you determine if that idea can become a business and how to get started!

          Center Locations

          Wisconsin SBDC’s statewide network of 13 center locations allows anyone in Wisconsin to access our expert business consultants and services. Regional SBDC experts facilitate improvement and growth for small and emerging companies and help launch successful new enterprises to enhance the Wisconsin entrepreneurial ecosystem.
          Find A Center Near You

          Education for you, near you

          Entrepreneurs never stop developing skills. As a proud part of UW System Institute for Business & Entrepreneurship, Wisconsin SBDC clients have access to educational and entrepreneurial events around the state. Find one near you.

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