Celebrating Small Business Resources: SBDC Day 2021
On March 17th, the Pace University Small Business Development Center (SBDC), along with SBDCs all around the country, will celebrate #SBDC Day, a national, collective proclamation of the impact SBDCs have on the success of our nation’s dreamers, innovators and doers - America’s small businesses. SBDC Day unites the nearly 1,000 SBDC centers across the country and the hundreds of thousands of clients we serve by sharing small business client success stories and notable impacts SBDCs collectively have in the communities we serve.
To commemorate SBDC Day 2021, we wanted to spotlight some key aspects of the Pace University SBDC's work to support small businesses in New York City, as well as share the stories of select small business clients. You can read more in-depth client stories on our COVID-19 Features and Success Stories pages.
What can the Pace SBDC do for you?
Whether you just have an idea or you’ve been operating a business for years, the Pace University Small Business Development Center is here to help. We provide no-cost, one-on-one business counseling on various topics including:
Accessing COVID-19 small business financing programs.
Obtaining a small business loan for both new and existing ventures.
Marketing your business, both traditionally and with digital media.
Creating and perfecting websites, including e-commerce sites.
Developing financial projections and a business plan.
Implementing proper record-keeping and accounting strategies.
Selling products or services to the government.
Market research through the NY SBDC's research network.
To make an appointment with a business advisor, get in touch with us via our contact page.
Trainings and Webinars
In addition to one-on-one advice, our center is proud to offer webinars, panel discussions, and trainings covering a diverse group of topics, including marketing, financing, accounting, tax and legal compliance, government program requirements, and more. All of our programming is offered at no-cost. Currently, we’re hosting our events online via GoToWebinar or Zoom.
Visit our events page to see our upcoming programs and register to attend those that interest you. To be sure you don’t miss out on an event that might benefit your business, subscribe to our mailing list and receive updates from the Pace SBDC.
Resources for Entrepreneurs
There are many resources available to support small businesses and one of our center’s goals is to identify and share these resources. When small business owners have the tools and support they need, their businesses thrive and grow. Here are some of our most frequently visited and requested resources:
Our Coronavirus resources page compiles the latest COVID-19 relief programs from both local, state, and federal governments and the private sector
Visit our blog to read updates on new programs, view select webinar recaps, and learn more about different resources as they become available
If you’re looking for funding for your business, check out our financing resources pages
Our marketing and sales resources page covers topics ranging from e-commerce to email marketing to social media
Happy SBDC Day!
A huge thank you to our participating Pace SBDC clients for sharing the love!
Lena Imamura, Name Glo
Raúl Rodriguez, R Studio T
Lara Knutson, Lightyear Materials
David Cenci, Davide Cenci Inc
Ashley Scott, Data Girl Ash
Hedvig Bourbon, Norwegian Baked
Stacey Hodge, SBI Strategies
Pilar Macchione, Pilar Macchione
Danny Ramos, Avisight
We know being a business owner has its challenges. The Pace University SBDC is here to help. Contact us to schedule a no-cost, one-to-one business counseling session.