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Disaster Assistance & Business Continuity

Tornado season is here again. Will your business survive the next storm? 40% of businesses affected by a disaster never reopen! Act now.

Start Your Business

Our counselors can help you to explore the possibilities, and help you to decide whether to embark on this new venture.
Our workshops & training provide the foundation for developing a sound business plan to start your business and guide its growth.

Sell to the Government

Identify new government opportunities or get assistance with bid document preparation. Our expert technical assistance will guide you through the challenge of procurement contracting. Sign up for our free Bid-Matching service!

Veteran Owned

The Alabama SBDC Network's VetStart program sends our Veterans back to bootcamp for entrepreneurial training.

Grow Your Business

Our seasoned advisors can analyze your business & help you develop strategies for growth: a good business plan, financial analysis, and a marketing plan that's on target. Short, practical seminars help you strengthen your business skills.

Go International!

Not sure if you're ready to export? Already exporting to 40 countries? Either way, the trade specialists at AITC are ready to help.

Online Training

These online training modules can help you develop your business plan, manage your finances, and market your business—all from the comfort of your own home or office.

Women Owned

Women entrepreneurs across the state are taking charge.

Fund Your Business

Questions about loans? Looking for grants?

We can help you identify sources of financing and develop a financing proposal, whether you're just starting, or ready to grow. We can help with traditional and innovative solutions.

Event Calendar

Local events hosted by ASBDC small business experts can help you learn quickly to get your business on the road to success.

Minority Owned

Programs such as the 8(a) program help minority-owned businesses survive and thrive.

Disaster Assistance

Is your business prepared for the next disaster? What can you do today to protect yourself? Where do you turn for help after a disaster?

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