Many owners of small businesses have specific legal, financial and insurance questions that go unanswered. Day-to-day operations of a small to medium-sized business encounter many challenges.
Small Business Development Centers at universities around the state recently joined together to sponsor the Small Business Resource Network. Designed especially for the small businessperson, the SBRN answers basic questions and serves as a guide to frequently accessed regulatory agencies and relevant not-for-profit organizations as well as professionals who have expertise with small businesses.
These groups have been brought together to streamline the process of finding and utilizing professional resources. These participating, qualified professionals are experts in banking, law, accounting, insurance, commercial real estate, human resources, marketing, buying and selling a business, computers/technology, and a wide variety of other management issues relevant to small businesses.
SBRN is an affiliate of the Florida Small Business Development Center at the University of North Florida, which provides extensive information resources that offer entrepreneurs access to the business solutions that help them grow and succeed. As the only statewide provider of entrepreneurial and business development services, the Florida SBDC Network plays a vital role in Florida?s economic development by assisting entrepreneurs in every stage of the business life cycle.
In addition to the FSBDC?s core service offerings of consulting and business research, the Florida SBDC Network also provides a comprehensive toolkit of specialized services for qualifying businesses looking to accelerate market growth, including: Growth Acceleration, International Trade, Government Contracting, and Business Continuation.
The firm has four attorneys that are members of the Small Business Resource Network, enabling us to connect with local small businesses in need of legal assistance.Follow us on for more content updates