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 2021
Jobs Supported in 2021
Clients Served in 2021
In Capital Investment in 2021
Business Education Participants in 2021
However you choose to use SBDC, it’s going to benefit you.
Mosquito Joe of Madison
Our SBDC Consultant truly cared about us and our business and always went the extra mile.
Leah Neuroth and Jeffrey Wilgus
The Hounds & Tap
The ETP class helped us make connections to people in the community and other entrepreneurs with our same goals.
Rural Capital Investment
Businesses Having some Female Ownership
Cylon Rolling Acres: Family, community and goats!
Leslie Svacina started Cylon Rolling Acres in 2013, and the whole family has gotten involved.Read More
Matthews Family Trucking: Small business, big branding
Byron Matthews had 22 years of experience as a truck driver when he decided to open a small business with his wife, Cristy.Read More
Renew Medical Aesthetics: Non-surgical treatments
Tristah Romero-Kelly knew even as a kid she wanted to work in the medical field, and she spent years working as a nurse and a nurse practitioner.Read More
Juedes named Wisconsin SBDC Network’s 2022 ‘State Star’
Harlie Juedes, assistant director of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at UW-Eau Claire, was chosen by her peers as the Wisconsin network’s 2022 State Star. Read More