About the Northern California SBDC Network
The Northern California SBDC Lead Center in Arcata, CA is currently accepting applications for the position of SBDC Associate Region Director.
Under the direction of the Region Director, the Associate Region Director provides leadership for the development, implementation, documentation and daily operation of the Norcal SBDC Network’s programs and activities; manages Lead Center and Network operations and policies and procedures to comply with all federal, state and local regulations, accreditation and audit standards; develops and implements process improvements for Lead Center and Network and provides necessary policy trainings as needed to Regional staff; supervises and directs SBDC staff as appropriate to meet Lead Center objectives and program goals.
To learn more about this position, click here to access the full job description.
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The Small Business Development Centers of the
Northern California SBDC Network help individuals manage the growth of their businesses. Our sole focus is on helping you improve your bottom line.
Our expertise can help take the mystery out of business management and allow you to focus on the issues most critical to the success of your company. Our Business Advisors have years of experience and know what it takes to operate profitably and grow a business in Northern California.
According to a recent study SBDC in-depth clients experienced almost 4 times the sales growth, and created 14.8 times the jobs of average businesses.* Read more...
SBDC services include:
- Business Plans
- Financial Projections & Budgeting
- Operating Challenges
- Purchase of a Business
- Funding Your Venture
- Loan Packaging
- And Much More...
All our private coaching/advising services are funded in part by the U.S. Small Business Administration, state, and local partners and are offered at no cost to the client. Contact a Business Advisor in your area.
Source of Statistics: SBA; and the “Economic Impact of Small Business Development Center Counseling Activities in Northern California 2010-2011,” by Professor James J. Chrisman of Mississippi State University