The City of Escondido, along with the four Innovate78 Corridor cities (San Marcos, Vista, Carlsbad, and Oceanside) and the San Diego North Economic Development Council, partnered with the San Diego and Imperial Small Business Development Center (SBDC) to launch the “Jumpstart Small Business – Start Your Business in a Day” Program.
The program launched August 12 and will assist entrepreneurs get their business idea off of the ground and support existing small business owners to expand.
To start, this program will have content in English and Spanish as a pre- recorded training and those interested will be able to access the content here. For the next phase, the SBDC will offer live training sessions, the dates and times will be posted on the website as they become available.
Do you have a great idea for a business? Have you been looking to create your own small business? The SBDC is here to help with its expert advisors. The Start Your Business in a Day program is part of the Innovate 78 Jumpstart Small Business. The program is a two-part training that you can take live or watch recorded to get the information you need to develop your business concept into a plan, know the legal steps, and even what you need to think about for financing.
On demand training available starting August 12,2020
About SBDC: The San Diego & Imperial SBDC Network, which is hosted by Southwestern Community College, is funded by the US Small Business Administration (SBA) and the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (Go-Biz.) The San Diego & Imperial SBDC Network includes 8 service partners in San Diego County and 1 in Imperial County. The San Diego County locations include: North San Diego SBDC (MiraCosta College), East County San Diego SBDC (East County EDC), South San Diego SBDC (Southwestern College), the Brink (University of San Diego), Export Trade SBDC (San Diego Regional EDC/World Trade Center), Connect SBDC, Asian Business Association SBDC, and International Rescue Committee SBDC. With a team of over 100 staff and advisors, the SBDC is here to support the vitality of the small business ecosytem in our region. SBDC can provide services in English, Spanish, Arabic, Farsi, Swahili, Dari, Vietnamese, Mandarin, and others.