Mohave County
May 2024
Volume 24 Issue 3

Sep 2022 | Business | 0 comments

MCC’s SBDC – valuable resources to upstart entrepreneurs  

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September 2022

MOHAVE COUNTY – Owning a small business can be challenging as well as rewarding. The Mohave Community College Small Business Development Center (MCC SBDC) is a valuable resource for entrepreneurs seeking assistance with their business needs and concerns ranging from start-up to expansion, or relocation of your business into Mohave County, AZ.

The college’s SBDC offers training programs, access to resources, and one-on-one counseling services throughout Mohave County, including offices in Bullhead City, Kingman, and Lake Havasu City. MCC’s experienced counselors work with individuals to enhance strengths, identify problem areas of opportunity, and form solutions over a full range of business matters including:

• Start-up Assistance:

• Business Planning:

• Marketing and Market Research:

• Business Management:

• Access to Capital:

If you are interested in assistance and are not already a client please register by clicking here. Current clients – please email us to schedule a session. The empowering counselors at MCC SBDC are committed to helping you achieve success in a confidential manner. “Counseling services are available by appointment at the various MCC campuses, or remotely, and are provided to you at no charge. We are able to offer our services at no cost to you as we are grant-funded,” said a spokesman. 

Business training seminars are conducted online, throughout Mohave County and Arizona, on a variety of small business-related subjects. For more information, please call (928) 758-3926.

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