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The ASU-SBDC provides NO COST and confidential, one-on-one advising to local small business owners and entrepreneurs. 

Services are available to the public with a scheduled appointment. Professional ASU-SBDC advisors work with both existing and start-up companies in areas such as developing a loan proposal, market research, managing employees, finance and business plans.

Our advisors have experience with owning or managing businesses, and receive advising training and certification. Other areas of assistance include, but are not limited to:

  • Pre-venture planning
  • Start-up analysis
  • Capital formation
  • SBA financing
  • Cash flow management
  • Projections
  • Financial Analysis
  • Strategic planning
  • Accounting and record keeping
  • Marketing

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Please visit our FAQ page for directions and further information.

Brainstorming Sessions Available

Let the staff of the ASU-SBDC work with you to come up with some solutions. The ASU-SBDC brings a variety of expertise and experience to the table with you and can help you brainstorm new ideas and solutions that you can use to help your business. Brainstorming sessions are provided at no cost, for more information, view our flyer. Call 325-942-2098 to set up your appointment today.

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

Service Area

10-county area including Irion, Tom Green, Concho, McCulloch, Mason, Menard, Kimble, Sutton, Schleicher, and Crockett county.

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Become A Success Story

  • Pattie Stroud-Pena

    Peggy Rosser was invaluable in assisting me in every aspect of starting my business, from legal to practical and everything in between.”

  • Sew Addicted, LLC
    Stacey Fisher, a lifelong Sonora resident, decided to convert one of her passions into a business, Sew Addicted LLC. The name itself says it all; she is addicted to sewing and embroidering anything and everything possible. She has been passionate for crafting since she was a little girl.
  • Roadrunner Pedicab LLC
    John Tufts began considering a new business after seeing the success of pedicabs in cities like Austin, Texas.  In fact, he was so enamored by the concept, he began doing a lot of research into the industry to learn how it is operated and about its target market.  Since his full-time job is in marketing, it was a natural course to take.