Sunday, August 22, 2010

Grow Your Business Faster with an Advisory Board

Take advantage of $20,000 worth of free business consulting through a custom advisory board and grow your business faster. Don't miss this no-cost opportunity for established businesses.

Join Us to Learn More:

Advisory Board Council

Information Session

for Small Business Owners

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

8:30 - 9:30 am

Small Business Development Center at UCF
Located at the Disney Entrepreneur Center

315 E. Robinson Street, Suite 100 | Orlando, FL 32801

Qualified companies please RSVP to by Friday, September 10.

About the Advisory Board Council:

Funded by Orange County Government, the Advisory Board Council will hand-pick a team of advisors to work with you to develop growth strategies and focus on key issues facing your business such as cost-effective marketing, strategic planning, streamlining operations and profit improvement. For more information about this award-winning program, visit

Program Qualifications:

  • Business located in Orange County
  • Minimum of two years operating experience
  • Annual revenue of $500,000 or more
  • Six or more employees

The Advisory Board Council is sponsored by Orange County Government.

About SBDC at UCF

The SBDC at UCF provides existing and prospective entrepreneurs with high quality management counseling, entrepreneurial training and information access and transfer, enabling them to maximize their businesses' growth, competitiveness and profitability within their trading area.

The SBDC at UCF maintains its regional headquarters in Orlando and operates six full sub-centers. The SBDC at UCF serves an eight county area that includes Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Sumter and Volusia counties. In 2009, the SBDC at UCF assisted over 2,600 business owners, helped entrepreneurs create or retain 2,766 jobs, win contract awards worth $51 million, acquire $23.7 million in capital formation, and increase sales by $43.6 million.

The SBDC at UCF is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. SBA.

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