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The Nevada SBDC's professional counseling services are available free of charge to small business owners and prospective small business owners. Nevada SBDC clients are counseled by professionals who utilize their educational and business experience to provide practical, relevant advice.

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The Nevada Small Business Development Center is a statewide business assistance outreach program of the University of Nevada, Reno, College of Business. We provide a wide variety of technical assistance to support Nevada Business.

The purpose of the Nevada Small Business Development Center is to guide and assist entrepreneurs in starting and growing their businesses in today's dynamic market.

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Veterans make exceptional business owners because in their military lives they are required to exemplify extraordinary

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Start Up Basics, by SCORE – 3/17/15

Target Audience: Individuals who want to start a business but don’t know how to get started.




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Gary Dyer & BEP – 890 Mill St. Office Building Retrofit
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Gary Dyer

“The 890 Mill Building is an example of what you can do with a methodical approach to evaluating and acting on opportunities in energy efficiency,” said Millar.

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