SMALL BUSINESS

Ohio SBDC

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The Ohio Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Terra State Community College helps people start, sustain, and grow their businesses.

CONSULTING SERVICES

Bill Auxter, Director of the Ohio SBDC at Terra State Community College, is one of the network’s 120 highly trained, Certified Business Advisors® (CBAs) throughout the state. These CBAs provide FREE, confidential, in-depth business consulting in areas such as:

  • Business Management
  • Government Regulations
  • Financing
  • International Trade
  • Product Development

The Ohio SBDC’s Consulting Services and Regular Training Programs for businesses at all stages of development help to nurture individuals who will contribute to the economic health of the region through job creation.

THE SBDC MISSION

The mission of the SBDC at Terra State Community College is to accelerate Ohio’s economy by helping people start, sustain and grow their businesses!

MEETING THE DIVERSE NEEDS
OF LOCAL SMALL BUSINESSES

Terra State’s SBDC has been on campus since 1988 providing confidential one-to-one advising and entrepreneurial training programs to prospective and existing small business owners in Erie, Ottawa, Sandusky and Seneca Counties. Services are free of charge, although fees may be charged for workshops or seminars.

The center engages in outreach activities designed to link resources of the federal, state and local governments with the resources of the educational community, the economic development community and the private sector to meet the diverse needs of the small business community.

CONTACT SBDC

BILL AUXTER | DIRECTOR

419.559.2210 | BAUXTER@TERRA.EDU

2830 NAPOLEON RD., FREMONT, OH 43420

STARTING YOUR
BUSINESS IN OHIO

Starting a business can be a very exciting but challenging time. We want to help make it easy for you. Download the Starting Your Business in Ohio Guide and take some of the guess work out of starting your business. Please feel free to contact us or one of our partners for any questions that you may have.