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ASU Small Business Development Center

The ASU SBDC is a part of a regional network of SBDCs throughout the South-West Texas Border Network. Our services include confidential, one-on-one, no-cost business advising services by Certified Business Advisors, along with a diverse array of business training events. Some of their areas of expertise include; Business Startup or Expansion, Business Financing, Business Planning, Doing Business with the Government, Loan Proposals, and Marketing. Contact us today to set up a no-cost and confidential appointment with an SBDC advisor.


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ASU-SBDC Success Stories

  • Sookie Sookie

    December 14

    “The SBDC helped me create a business plan to get approved for a small business loan to purchase an existing jewelry company, Sookie Sookie.”

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  • drei Brüders Rasberry’s Fresh Pork Sausage LLC

    Three Brothers Pork Sausage

    July 14
    The Rasberrys found that their recipe for making German sausage was becoming quite popular and realized that they had an opportunity to turn something they love – cold smoked sausage – into something profitable. After some talk and consideration, they decided to take their business idea to the next level and began seeking financing. Their lender was receptive their business idea and referred them to the Angelo State University – Small Business Development Center. They were assigned to business advisor James Leavelle. Read more...
  • Fun in the water!

    March 6

    “I am always able to call upon my mentor at the SBA Development Center to assist in keeping my business on track.”

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  • Let’s Talk Baseball

    July 14
    Carlos De La Rosa III, former baseball player, started coaching young baseball players interested in developing their skills. His passion turned into an opportunity to establish his business and take the young players into competition. With this business idea Carlos visited with adviser Havins to obtain the necessary guidance to start his business, Southwest Select Show Baseball, LLC. Carlos explained the assistance given, “Adriana helped me start my LLC, and with all the questions along the way. She has been extremely helpful.” Read more...
  • Angelo Awards

    Angelo Awards

    November 14

    “We went to the SBDC for assistance with financial projections to determine if the business would be a good investment.”

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  • Food transported to you!

    January 17

    “The SBDC has helped me with various parts of the startup process.  You come across many unexpected questions and it’s great to have a go-to spot and this has been that.”

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  • Twin Mountain Fence Co.

    March 29
    “Assistance in the office layout was effective and used in expanding the operation.” Read more...
  • Blue Wren

    Imports for You!

    July 14
    Jessica had always wanted to start her own business. After trying a couple of times with other ideas, she and her father decided to try importing products to the U. S. and wholesaling and retailing them. Read more...
  • EDI Communications

    Essential Datacom LLC DBA E.D.I. Communications

    January 1
    After 15 years, Edward (Eddie) Martinez’s career had reached a plateau where further advancement with his employer would not be possible.  Unsatisfied with that position, Eddie made the decision to step out on his own and start his own structural cabling business.  He and his wife Jenny carved out a corner of their dining room to be his office and turned their home phone into their business phone.   Read more...
  • HH Autofinder

    March 17

    The ASU – SBDC continues to assist Hunter in all areas of business management as he continues to grow his business.

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  • Yours Truly, Professional Awards / Trophies and Engraving

    January 20

    “The SBDC, Peggy Rosser, was very helpful in navigating the small business issues unique to our circumstances.”  

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  • Massage & Body Essentials

    Relax, Unwind, Smile Inside and Breathe

    July 14
    Nancy Craig was working as a licensed massage therapist in Arkansas when her husband’s job brought them to San Angelo. Nancy explored possibilities of being an employee of a spa or of owning her own business. After learning what she could, Nancy settled on owning her own business and renting a room from a spa. To make sure that she set her business up correctly, Nancy contacted the AngeloState University – Small Business Development Center for assistance. She was assigned to business advisor James Leavelle. Read more...
  • Discounted prices to transport your goods!

    October 7

    “Adriana helped us guiding us though an extended process of filing the right paperwork with government agencies.”

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  • Rico's Cafe

    On the Northside of Mason

    July 13
    Rico’s Café is now open on the north side of Mason. Eloy Rico, a long time cook, has opened his own restaurant! Eloy has worked for every restaurant in the area and when he decided he would open his very own restaurant. He discussed his idea with the bankers at Commercial Bank of Mason and they suggested Eloy contact the Angelo State University Small Business Development Center. Read more...
  • Long*Horn Coffee Co.

    April 26

    “…we were so very happy with his support and guidance throughout the competition.  James is very knowledgeable in business and startup procedures.”

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ASU SBDC—A partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration: Funded in part through the State of Texas and a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact ASU-SBDC at ASU Station #10910, San Angelo, Texas, 76909-0910, 325-942-2098.

ASU SBDC Mission & Vision Statement

  • The mission of the Angelo State University Small Business Development Center is to foster small business success in the ten counties that comprise the SBDC service area. Our vision is to be recognized as a premier business development organization in the Concho Valley. 

    Values: 

    Integrity, Excellence, Service, & Innovation

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