Whether you're starting your business, expanding your business, or just looking to stay in business, the Small Business Development Centers of Ohio (SBDCs of Ohio) can help with professional guidance by connecting you with research, financing sources,
professional resources and training opportunities. The SBDCs of Ohio provide free, professional, in-depth and confidential business consulting and training to pre-venture, start-up, and existing small businesses through its network of 38 centers.
Beyond core business needs,
counselors throughout the state can provide guidance in specialized areas
including international trade, government procurement, technology, and manufacturing process certification.
The SBDC of Ohio program was created in 1985 through a partnership between the
U.S. Small Business Administration and the Ohio Department of Development. The
program fosters a strong climate for small business growth through a statewide
integrated system of small business service, advocacy and awareness, and more
than 40 community partnerships. Today, these federal, state, and local
partnerships contribute more than $10 million in cash and resources to the
support of small business development.
A member of the Ohio SBDC Network, the Middletown Small Business Development Center
is devoted to providing a full array of services to existing and start-up
businesses through a partnership with Biztech, located in Hamilton.
These services include business plan development, marketing and financial
assistance, as well as the above mentioned professional and technical referrals.
Location and Hours of Operation
The Center is located on the 4th Floor of the Middletown City Building in the Economic Development
Department. Appointments are available with a SBDC Business Advisor on Mondays,
Tuesdays, and Fridays.
Please coPlease contact Dave Riggs, Director and Business Advisor(513) 737-6543 for more for more information or to schedule an appointment.
The Small Business Development Center Program of Ohio is a funded program of the Ohio Department of Development and the U.S. Small Business Administration. The support given through such funding does not constitute an expressed or implied endorsement of any of the cosponsor(s)’ or participant(s)’ opinions, products or services. Special arrangements for the disabled will be made if requested in advance. This program is provided on a non-discriminatory basis