SBDC’s 14 centers impact organizations around the state, helping entrepreneurs start, manage and grow their businesses. We positively influence people with great ideas to create successful dream companies.
The Wisconsin SBDC Network is part of America’s SBDC, which has produced a
2021 Impact Report. See the report here.
New Businesses Created in 2022
Jobs Supported in 2022
Clients Served in 2022
In Capital Investment in 2022
Business Education Participants in 2022
My SBDC Consultant asks really good questions to help me make sure all the pieces are in place. She’s always in my corner and makes me feel confident about my decisions.
Forward Thai Boxing
My SBDC was able to help me with financial projections, operating agreements, sales tax compliance, a business plan and marketing strategies.
Bucket of Bread
I could not have gotten through the anxiety and the feelings of being overwhelmed without the help of the [ETP] course leader.
The Garden Wellness
Rural Capital Investment
Businesses Having some Female Ownership
Siren Shrub: Side hustle to multi-product, multi-flavor company
Siren Shrub Co., which takes drinks up a notch with an old-but-new concept, has taken its company up a notch in just a few short years.Read More
The Code-Switcher: Inspiring inclusivity
George Paasewe’s entrepreneurial journey started by writing a book impacting higher education institutions nationwide …Read More
The Ginger House: An international adventure
Ginger Baron opened The Ginger House, a cozy boutique in the European-style Settlement Shops of Fish Creek, in 2021.Read More
Stauffacher named Wisconsin SBDC Network’s 2023 ‘State Star’Read More