According to the SBA, nearly one quarter of veterans indicate they are interested in starting or buying their own small business, and that percentage is even higher among women veterans. With that in mind, the growing partnership between SBA and Syracuse University provides training on how to start and grow a small business to veterans, with programs targeted to service-disabled veterans, women, National Guard and Reserve members and their families of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Welcome to Widener SBDC
Helping Businesses Start, Grow, and Prosper
Founded in January 2007, Widener University Small Business Development Center is one of 18 SBDCs in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The center provides free and confidential consulting services to entrepreneurs as well as educational workshops for which we charge a nominal fee. Widener SBDC is strongly committed to helping small businesses.
Our workshops are open to all.
We can connect your business to the right resources and tools and help guide you through the obstacles and opportunities that all businesses face.
We offer free and confidential business advisory services, a wide range of low cost training programs and events, assistance with government procurement and technology commercialization, as well as a host of information resources.
The Delaware SBTDC's professional business advisors can help you develop business plans and strategies,
Working from home has always been a great way for military spouses and veterans to start a career or earn some extra cash. But lately, the number of home-based businesses and job opportunities has skyrocketed, became more mainstream, and is now an essential part of our lives.