Entrepreneurs from Diverse San Diego Neighborhoods Leverage Innovate-Up

2021-03-19T23:07:28+00:00

Local entrepreneurs have taken their innovative ideas from prototype to the market with the help of Innovate-Up, a program offered through the Brink Small Business Development Center (Brink SBDC) at the University of San Diego that launched last year and is supported in part through a $300,000 County of San Diego grant from Supervisor Nathan

Entrepreneurs from Diverse San Diego Neighborhoods Leverage Innovate-Up2021-03-19T23:07:28+00:00

The Brink Junior Consultants Program Hires Graduate Business Students to Support Local Businesses

2021-03-19T23:07:34+00:00

There’s nothing like a crisis to spark new ideas. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, The Brink Small Business Development Center at the University of San Diego School of Business was challenged with how to help their clients not only survive the economic effects of the pandemic, but to thrive through uncertainty. The Brink is an

The Brink Junior Consultants Program Hires Graduate Business Students to Support Local Businesses2021-03-19T23:07:34+00:00

University of San Diego Program Helping Unpaid Interns Get Cash

2021-03-19T23:07:38+00:00

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Laura Bolt’s plans for a summer abroad in Austria came to a screeching halt because of the coronavirus. “Of course I'm super disappointed that I wasn't able to go,” she said. Bolt is majoring in physics at the University of San Diego. She suddenly had an empty summer schedule. “I figured

University of San Diego Program Helping Unpaid Interns Get Cash2021-03-19T23:07:38+00:00

San Diego Angel Conference Announces Investment of $400,000 in 3 Companies

2021-03-19T23:07:55+00:00

The second annual San Diego Angel Conference announced investments totaling $400,000 in three companies, AgTools, Noria Water Technologies, and Visicell Medical. Due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), the conference was held digitally, with more than 690 registrants from all over the United States and the world, including Canada, India, Kyrgyzstan, Mexico, and Myanmar. The virtual

San Diego Angel Conference Announces Investment of $400,000 in 3 Companies2021-03-19T23:07:55+00:00

San Diego, Imperial SBDC Network Open for Business

2021-03-19T23:08:00+00:00

HELPING SMALL BUSINESSES THRIVE • The Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) Are Handling Services Online and by Telephone • SBDC Advisors Help Small Business Owners Navigate This Public Health Crisis • SBDCs Provide Assistance with SBA’s “Economic Injury Disaster” Loan and Other Programs Available • There Is No Cost to Small Business Owners for SBDC

San Diego, Imperial SBDC Network Open for Business2021-03-19T23:08:00+00:00

Small Business Development Network Remains Open, Offers Resources

2021-03-19T23:08:05+00:00

Small businesses and the local economy is being heavily impacted by the COVID-19 Epidemic, shared the San Diego Business Journal. The San Diego & Imperial Valley Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network  is staying up-to-date with federal, state, and local public health officials to make sure the small business community has the current information, advice,

Small Business Development Network Remains Open, Offers Resources2021-03-19T23:08:05+00:00

Imperial Valley Small Business Development Center Finds New Home with Imperial Regional Alliance

2021-03-19T23:08:23+00:00

For Immediate Release February 10, 2017 Media Contact Daniel Fitzgerald, Associate Regional Director San Diego & Imperial SBDC Network, dfitzgerald@swccd.edu, (619) 216-6721 Sean Wilcock, Interim Imperial Valley SBDC Director, sean@ivedc.com, (760) 353-8332 Imperial Valley Small Business Development Center Finds New Home with Imperial Regional Alliance El Centro, CA – Imperial Valley small business owners and

Imperial Valley Small Business Development Center Finds New Home with Imperial Regional Alliance2021-03-19T23:08:23+00:00

SBDC’s “Connecting with Capital Expo” Brings Together 100 Local Businesses and Lenders

2021-03-19T23:08:36+00:00

SBDC's Carla Holland, Daniel Fitzgerald and Marquise Jackson, Congressman Juan Vargas, and SBDC's Suderchan Shaunak. Photo taken by Mauricio Vargas. On July 21, 2016, San Diego’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) hosted its first of a series of “Connecting with Capital” events that brought together San Diego’s small business community with area banks and lenders.

SBDC’s “Connecting with Capital Expo” Brings Together 100 Local Businesses and Lenders2021-03-19T23:08:36+00:00

Registration open for new Entrepreneurship Academy

2021-03-19T19:38:06+00:00

As of May 2015, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 15.5 million people were self-employed — an increase of 1 million from the prior year.[1] In a separate study, it is estimated that more than 40 percent of the workforce (60 million people) will be independent workers or freelancers by 2020.[2] To keep

Registration open for new Entrepreneurship Academy2021-03-19T19:38:06+00:00

SBA Recognizes SBDC’s 35th Anniversary and Contributions to the Nation’s Small Businesses

2015-09-14T18:40:26+00:00

News Release PRESS OFFICE   Release Date:  September 10, 2015 Contact:  Miguel Ayala (202) 205-6420 Release Number: 15-71 Internet Address: http://www.sba.gov/news Follow us on Twitter, Facebook & Blogs   SBA Recognizes SBDC’s 35th Anniversary and Contributions to the Nation’s Small Businesses   WASHINGTON – Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) today

SBA Recognizes SBDC’s 35th Anniversary and Contributions to the Nation’s Small Businesses2015-09-14T18:40:26+00:00
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