America’s SBDC Biz Blog Listed as Forbes’ “100 Best Websites for Entrepreneurs”
Burke, VA – The America’s SBDC ‘Biz Blog’ was featured on Forbes.com on November 12, 2013 as one of the “100 Best Websites for Entrepreneurs.” The article stated that they searched high and low for the best of the best. Whether an entrepreneur was seeking capital, growing their business or just looking for general assistance the Top 100 sites listed were “worth reading.” Natalie Robehmed, Forbes Staff wrote “America’s Small Business Development Center blog presents friendly lessons from founders who have been there and
done that.” “Recognition from Forbes is a real tribute to our blog contributors and partners. Content from leaders like Gina Watkins of Constant Contact, Ramon Ray, Eric Spellman, Benetrends and so many others is what makes us successful, relevant and a premier resource for our SBDC business advisors and their small business clients,” said Charles “Tee” Rowe, President & CEO, America’s SBDC.
The America’s SBDC Biz Blog
was launched in 2011 with over 12 contributors, all Sponsors or Partners of the Association. The blog boasts a variety of posts from low-cost marketing techniques to franchise funding opportunities. The blog is featured in the America’s SBDC weekly Newsletter and posts are also shared via Facebook & Twitter. Its a valuable resource for our SBDC Professionals, their clients and small businesses all over the country.
(Small Business Development Center) Network is a partnership uniting private enterprise, government, higher education and local nonprofit economic development organizations. It is the Small Business Administration’s largest partnership program, providing management and technical assistance to help Americans start, run and grow their own businesses. With about 1,000 centers across the nation, America’s SBDC network provided business consulting to approximately 200,000 clients, training for more than 400,000 attendees, and other forms of management and technical assistance to approximately 600,000 small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs last year. Learn more at www.asbdc-us.org