Statewide Services

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CatButtonCapital Access Team

The Oregon SBDC Network’s Capital Access Team (CAT) has regional advisors across the state that provide expert guidance to client businesses on how to get a small business loan. The CAT advising team assists business owners statewide via confidential face-to-face meetings and distance advising. (One-Pager)

 

TIPLogoTechnology Impact Program

The Technology Impact Program (TIP) is funded by the Oregon Public Utilities Commission (PUC) via the State Broadband Data and Development initiative. TIP supports the technology-enabled delivery of counseling, resources, and training to small businesses throughout the state. (One-Pager)

 

 

 
InternationalLogoInternational Trade

More than 90% of all consumers live outside the borders of the US. Are you looking for ways to reach that other 90%? The experienced business experts at the Oregon Small Business Development Center Network (OSBDCN) can assist you. Our job is to help you explore and enter global markets for exporting and/or importing goods and services. The Oregon Small Business Development Center Network has resources to help you connect to and conduct business around the world. (One-Pager)

 

 
MRILogoMarket Research Institute

The Institute’s market research reports encompass a wide range of topics and databases, based on the client’s needs and goals. Researchers can locate and compile existing research data from multiple sources (secondary research), at no direct cost to OSBDCN clients. Researchers can also conduct new research (primary research), which may require nominal fees. (One-Pager)

 

SBMLogoSmall Business Management

A one to three year program for established businesses that combines classroom training and individual counseling. This is our longest running and most successful program. The Signature SBM Program is designed to offer up to 20 hours of counseling and 30 hours of classroom time with participants. (One-Pager)