Brazosport College SBDC

Contact

Address:
500 College Dr.
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

Contact:
Phone: (979) 230-3380
Email: sbdcinfo@brazosport.edu

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Featured Webinar

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Oct. 20 | 1:30 p.m.

Advisors & Staff

Jennifer Finney
Director | Bio

 

Danielle stanford
Business Advisor | Bio

 

Kenneth Smith 
Business Advisor | Bio

 

Loretha Martin
Admin. Office Spc.| Bio

 

 

Blog

Gen Z Marketing For Small Businesses

7/16/2021

We have put together all you need to know about Gen Z and how to create marketing campaigns aimed at the age group.


Tips On Navigating Government Procurement

7/15/2021

Are you interested in working with governmental agencies to expand your business? If you are, there are several things to keep in mind.


Adjusting Your Small Business To A Post-COVID Market

7/14/2021

To recover successfully, you need to create a COVID-19 exit strategy. Here are tips how on how to successfully adjust your small business to a post-COVID-19 world.


COVID-19 Updates and Resources

3/20/2020

To protect the health and safety of our clients and employees, we will offer SBDC business advising services virtually. We will conduct sessions via phone, email, Zoom Conferencing or Skype. Free webinars also available.


Small Businesses, Maximize Your Retail Sales and Profit Margins This Holiday Season

12/11/2019

Whether you’ve already begun making plans for the holiday season or you’re just getting started, these are the steps I recommend you take to get more out of this holiday season.


5 Effective Marketing Video Tips for Your Small Business

11/11/2019

This article will give you 5 fundamental marketing video tips that will help you make videos that persuade your customers to buy.


What's in a Credit Score?

1/11/2019

Looking for a small business loan? Your credit score — a number between 300 and 850 — is based on how you've handled credit in the past, and it's a critical factor for a potential lender. A high score means you've managed your finances well and are a good risk for a loan; a low score means you've had problems in the past and might not be able to handle the debt.