The Maine Small Business Development Center (Maine SBDC) Service Center co-hosted in Brunswick by MCBDP with CEI, serves Northeastern Cumberland and Sagadahoc Counties. The SBDC provides one-on-one counseling and training assistance at no cost to potential and existing business owners and managers. Topics include:

· Business start-up/acquisition

· Business/marketing plan development

· Financial and business analysis

· Market research

· Sources of credit and financing

· Loan packaging, raising capital

· Cash flow analysis

· Accounting, record keeping

· Job creation

· Operations, personnel management

· Marketing and sales

· Government procurement

· International trade

· Business liquidation/sale
· Networking, linkages, technology transfer

 

Maine Small Business Development Centers (Maine SBDC) are dedicated to helping Maine’s small businesses succeed by engaging in development activities that contribute to the improvement of the economic climate for and the success of micro and small businesses throughout the State of Maine. Maine SBDC’s focus is to assist in the creation, growth and maintenance of viable micro and small businesses and the jobs these businesses provide. The Maine SBDC Service Center co-hosted in Brunswick by MCBDP with CEI serves Northeastern Cumberland and Sagadahoc Counties.

Maine Small Business Development Centers (Maine SBDC) are a partnership program of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), and are partially funded by the SBA/SBDC in association with the SBA/SBDC, Maine Department of Economic and Community Development (Maine DECD), the University of Southern Maine's (USM) School of Business (SB), and with and by leading hosting economic and/or community development corporations. The support given by the fore-mentioned organizations through such funding does not constitute an expressed or implied endorsement of any co-sponsors' or participants' opinions, products or services.

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