Have you been thinking about turning your dream into a reality?
Have you started your business but are unsure of what to do next?
Business is good, but not growing. Are you ready to expand your business?
There comes a time in every business when change is needed.
Where do you want to go with your business? Do you have a plan?
A dedicated consultant can conduct an in-depth business assessment, including an onsite visit, to evaluate and implement opportunities to create sustainable growth.
Our international trade specialists can deliver the tools, strategies, and expertise needed to help grow and succeed abroad, including developing an Export Marketing Plan.
We help you understand your market and uncover new opportunities to deliver products/services. Gain access to data and information generally unaffordable or unavailable.
Assistance with research and bidding on local, state and federal government contracts, certifications, bid/proposal preparation, registrations, contract administration and auditing.
Assess your business cost structure, budgets, and financial situation to uncover hidden profits and gain access to capital.
From identifying funding options to developing customer acquisition strategies, we'll help you take the steps necessary to achieve start-up success.
Plan for disasters and other business interruptions by preparing comprehensive Business Continuity, Emergency Preparedness, and Disaster Recovery plans.
Together with FIU's Pino Global Entrepreneurship Center, we offer training workshops and seminars to help manage and grow a successful business.
"I took the assistance of SBDC at FIU because I was looking for someone to guide me. I was tired of spending money in other places and at the end receiving no help or not the correct help. SBDC has helped me with my plan and expansion."
— Leidy Torres, Mommy and Me Salon
"Our SBDC consultant's advice on pursuing governmental contracts was a game changer for our company."
— Berry Lamy, JFK Tutoring
"In each person there is a potential entrepreneur. However, one of the key aspects is access to information and resources … The SBDC has been my safe haven."
— Rosa Quintero, Rosquines Inc.