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Serving Calvert, Charles, St. Mary's Counties in Maryland
The Maryland Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Southern Region, provides Training and Business Consultation for new and existing businesses. Designed for all stages of business development, themed workshops range from business planning, to how to comply with legal and tax issues.
Mission: To provide proven, expert advice and training to current and aspiring small businesses in Maryland. We do this with integrity, one business at a time, through a network of knowledgeable, professional staff and engaged stakeholders. We provide guidance in the areas of money, management, and marketing. Our efforts result in successful businesses that create economic impact and a better quality of life in our communities.
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Note: From Parking Lot 1 enter CE Building from the front / left entrance (under the canopy).
Kathy MacAdams, Business Consultant
Calvert County Department of Economic Development
205 Main St.
Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Phone: 410-535-4583 ext. 2726
Wynne Briscoe, Business Consultant
St. Mary's County Department of Economic Development
23115 Leonard Hall Dr.
Leonardtown, MD 20650
Phone: 301-475-4200 ext. *1678
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SBDC provides training and development themed workshops including business planning, understanding and managing business finances, complying with legal and tax issues, human resources, various growth strategies - such as having the right mindset, knowing your competition, branding, marketing, advertising.
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