Free Confidential Counseling

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.

 

Nevada Small Business Development Center
... Nevada's Business Assistance Network

 

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.

NSBDC

a statewide resource for business assistance

 

Inside

Business Blog

NxLeveL Hispanic Graduation, Las Vegas

NxLeveL for Entrepreneurs (also known as the “Existing Business Course”) is a 13-week, 40-hour course that gives entrepreneurs the... Read More

Advisory Board Formation

Starting a new company is hard, and finding people to help guide you is even harder. When people look... Read More

How to write online video scripts for business: The foolproof framework

When creating online videos for your business, keep in mind people usually click off around one and a half... Read More

UPCOMING

Training

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Start Up Basics, by SCORE – 09/16/14

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

Reno

SEP

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IRS TAXES: Independent Contractor vs. Employee

Independent Contractor vs. Employee What are your responsibilities as an employer or as one who pays

Henderson

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Start Up Basics, by SCORE – 09/27/14

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

Reno

 
 
 
 

NSBDC

Highlighted Clients

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

“[Our retrofits created] an equivalent of 400 million watts of energy no longer being pulled out of the grid,” said Peter, “and 250 tons of carbon dioxide not pumped into the air every year.”...    Read More


 
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