Houston Center SBDC

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Address:
2302 Fannin St., Suite. 200
Houston, TX 77002-9135

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Phone: 713-752-8400
Email: sbdcmetro@uh.edu

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Advisors & Staff

LeeVera Smith
Director | Bio


Charles Capers
Busines Advisor | Bio


Chris King
Business Advisor | Bio

 

Tim Stanley
Business Advisor | Bio

Jessica rodriguez
Program Coord. | Bio

 

Gregg Parnell
Business Advisor |Bio

 


Blog

Get Ready for Holiday Shopping

8/11/2019

Get Ready for Holiday Shoppers. Here’s how consumers plan to shop this holiday season. E-commerce sales are booming—that’s a fact.


Five Tips for Expanding Your Small Business

7/11/2019

Many small-business owners want to grow their companies, and they want to do it fast. But if you rush into expansion without a plan, you risk losing everything you’ve worked so hard to build.


How Content Marketing Can Help Your Small Business: Nine Tips From New York-Based Entrepreneurs

6/11/2019

Content marketing is making a real impact on small businesses looking to reach customers at an affordable price.


Three Signs That You're Under-Managing Your Employees

5/11/2019

Taking a “hands-off” approach to leadership can work well, especially when leading a team of skilled experts who are motivated and capable of working on their own.


Leveraging Benefits And Perks To Drive Employee Recruitment And Retention

4/11/2019

Today’s workplaces include multiple generations of employees with different tastes, interests and personal preferences.


The Best Business Credit Cards

3/11/2019

Access to credit can be difficult to come by and expensive for small businesses. Small-business credit cards can be flexible, affordable short-term funding tools for business owners and may offer rewards.


A Good Tagline Needs to be Clever and Clear

2/11/2019

The right tagline or slogan can help your business stand out from the crowd. With a few well-chosen words, you can convey what you want customers to know about your brand and what sets you apart. Think about the taglines or slogans used by some of the well-known fast food chains.


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.