The other day I was asking Townsquared users for free or affordable resources to help me with my business. I came across the New York State SBDC that offers free consulting to any New Yorker hoping to start or grow a small business. The SBDC also offers a host of programs designed for specific groups of entrepreneurs or focusing on particular business needs. ???Through a network of 24 regional centers, the New York Small Business Development Center delivers high quality business consulting and training to New Yorkers who want to start a business or improve the performance of an existing business.?? Check them out here - http://www.nysbdc.org/ Do you know of any other free and reliable resource for small business owners? I've also heard about Scored. Have you used the New York Small Business Development Center before? Let me know, would love to hear about your experience.
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