The Southeast Colorado SBDC

The Southeast Colorado SBDC offers business consulting and training that maximizes the economic potential of entrepreneurs within Southeastern Colorado. The Southeast Colorado SBDC serves the counties of Baca, Bent, Crowley, Kiowa, Otero and Prowers.

The mission of the SBDC is to help existing and new businesses grow and prosper. The goal at the Small Business Development Center is to help emerging and existing entrepreneurs gain control of their business operations.

The Southeast Colorado SBDC provides free guidance and counseling in all aspects of funding and developing small business. The SBDC strives to help grow and start businesses. While it cannot eliminate risk, they work to minimize it by helping clients write comprehensive business plans, conduct financial forecasts, strategize marketing tactics, apply for funding, and improve operations.

Let the SBDC Help Maximize Your Business Potential

The main Southeast Colorado SBDC office is located in La Junta, offering both consulting and training, additional services are held in Rocky Ford, Ordway as well as Lamar.

All locations provide free, confidential one-on-one business consulting and low-cost training. Let the SBDC help you create and retain jobs, secure loans, increase sales, win government contracts, develop strategic business/marketing plans and more.

The SBDC combines information and resources from federal, state and local governments with those of the education system and private sector to meet the specialized and complex needs of the small business community. Consulting experts work in partnership to provide entrepreneurs with crucial information that can mean the difference between success and failure. The SBDC vision is to be the premier, trusted choice of Colorado businesses for consulting, training and resources.

The Southeast Colorado Office of the Small Business Development Center is located at:

1802 Colorado Ave
LaJunta, CO 81050

It is against the law for SBDC, as a recipient of federal financial assistance, to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation or belief. SBDC will not discriminate in providing opportunities in any federally funded program or activity or making employment decisions with regards to those programs. If you believe that you have been subject to discrimination please file a complaint with LeRoy Romero, Minority Business Office Manager, at or 303-892-3840.
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