The SBTDC at UNC Wilmington

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The SBTDC at UNC Wilmington is affiliated with the UNCW Cameron School of Business and is located next to the UNCW Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Our experienced business advisory team offers confidential, in-depth business counseling to small- to mid-sized company business owners and management staff and to entrepreneurs preparing to launch their next venture. We routinely assist our clients with developing and implementing viable strategies that enhance their competitive advantage and success in the marketplace.

We help our clients:

  • Assess and benchmark current profitability and organizational effectiveness.
  • Access sources of capital and financing
  • Identify market opportunities from customer profiling, competitive analysis, and industry research.
  • Develop and implement short-term and long-term business strategies.
  • Link business strategies to workplace learning and performance.
  • Measure and monitor progress toward profitability and organizational effectiveness.
  • Identify new government contracting opportunities; assist in obtaining qualified subcontractors; and review proposals/bids before submission.

Personalized Assistance

The core of what the SBTDC does lies in our personalized business counseling and strategy development services.  We’re committed to helping make your business better. Our office is affiliated with The University of North Carolina Wilmington. This office specifically serves the counties of Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, Onslow, Pender, and New Hanover and is connected with the University of North Carolina Wilmington and the Cameron School of Business.

How to Start?

If you feel the above-mentioned services will help your business grow and succeed, you’re ready to begin working with us. Assistance is only a click away. Register as an SBTDC client and begin working with us. If you currently aren’t in business, please download the SBTDC’s Business Startup & Resource Guide, which has seven sections with questions, worksheets, and online resources to help you start the right way.

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