The University of Houston Texas Gulf Coast Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network, has dissolved its partnership with Lone Star College.

The SBDC will continue to support small businesses in Montgomery and North Harris counties, offering diverse business resources and training. All new client requests and existing client questions should now be referred to the following Centers based upon their county location:

Sam Houston State University SBDC | Montgomery County
Sue Slater: (936) 294-3737

Houston SBDC North Harris County
Tori Rayne: (713) 752-8400

Featured Webinar

Business Financial Statements
Aug. 24 | 12 p.m.




Gen Z Marketing For Small Businesses


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


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


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


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


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


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

Nine Tips To Ensure Your Business' Brand Remains Timeless


Your brand is the heart of your business. If you want to become instantly recognizable, even across cultures, it’s important to carefully cultivate a brand that resonates with a wide variety of people.

Three Ways To Make Your Business' Website More Accessible


Accessibility is important. Companies must start taking action to ensure websites are accessible to everyone, including individuals with disabilities.

Get Ready for Holiday Shopping


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


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.