Becoming a part of the North Texas SBDC Network leads to new partnership opportunities within business and academic circles, infusion of federal dollars for business service activities, corporate sponsorship opportunities, access to SBDC-specific resources and increased visibility for host organizations.
Small Business Development Centers provide direct and measurable economic benefits to the communities they serve. Established during the Carter administration, the SBDC program is the largest federally-designated technical assistance program focused on supporting startup and growing small businesses in all fifty states and U.S. territories. SBDC host organizations join a “family” of experts who are willing to share advice, resources and help local business assistance providers focus on what they do best-growing great local companies!
This RFP is issued for small business assistance delivered in the service territory and client population within Gregg, Harrison, Rusk, Upshur, Marion and Panola counties. The services will be provided to all startup and existing businesses in the designated market area.
The North Texas SBDC will host a Bidder’s Conference in Longview, Texas on Thursday, April 12, 2018 for institutions to learn more about becoming part of the North Texas SBDC Network program as a host for the SBDC program.
SBDC Bidder’s Conference Details
Start Time | Doors open at 10:30 am, presentation immediately following
Venue | Hilton Garden Inn Longview in Oakmont B
Address | 905 E. Hawkins Parkway, Longview, TX 75605All questions welcomed and highly encouraged.
Please contact Katrina Wade-Miller, North Texas SBDC Associate Director of Operations at firstname.lastname@example.org.