Lane Small Business Development Center
Services For Every Stage
Of Business Growth
The Lane Small Business Development Center offers a multitude of support services for small businesses, from start-up to established, from small to medium, with 1-500 employees and up to 25 million in sales.
Whether your business has been in existence for a hundred years, or is just starting out, the Lane SBDC has the right specialized tools and expertise to help you find success.
Welcome Robert Killen, SBDC Director to Our Team!
SBDC Business of the Month
Young Mountain Tea
“Working with Roger Wong at the SBDC helped convert a passion project into a viable business. He helped ground our thinking by working with us to identify priorities and develop plans. I feel lucky to have his wisdom and guidance as part of our work.”
Building a successful business that can impact the lives of real people is what keeps Raj and his team moving forward, but he acknowledges that he’s needed support along the way.
Training For Businesses At Every Stage Of Growth
Business Plan Accelerator
Complete Your Business Plan in Just Four Class Sessions. This innovative class is the only one in the area providing participants with the support and software needed to successfully complete a business plan and be ready to pitch their business idea to lenders.
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Small Business Management (SBM) Program
Fall Registration Now Open!
The Small Business Management Program makes building your business easy as it introduces and then reinforces key concepts over a one-to-three year period. Learn with a cohort of peers, customized classes and one-on-one coaching to identify, prioritize and achieve business goals. Receive the support, tools and resources needed to see immediate results.
The SCALE Oregon program helps existing, tradedsector businesses reach the next level of their business through a combination of specialized services and expert business
mentoring and advising.
SCALE Express provides greater flexibility allowing traded-sector companies with as few as 5 employees and $500,000 in revenues to participate.