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WBDC’s small business training and counseling educates, empowers and guides the aspiring, entrepreneur throughout their small business venture.


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Access to Capital


Access to Capital Counseling - Funding Your Business


Connecticut's Small Business Express Program


Finding Funding for Your Small Business



Business Planning


Exploring Entrepreneurship


Launch Pad: Get Started on Your Business Plan


Passion to Profit: WBDC's Business Plan Development Program



Business Sustainability & Growth


Contractor, Consultant or Employee: What's the Difference?


Licensing & Registration in Connecticut


Lunch & Learn with WBDC

Mobile Business Advisory Team - Business Growth


Strong Coffee, Strong Women



Legal Implications of Social Media

Mobile Business Advisory Team - Marketing


Saturday Studies: Winning and Delighting Your Customers




Budget Coaching

Lunch & Learn with WBDC

Things Your Parents Never Taught You: Money Tips to Help Women Thrive



 Online Courses (Live courses)

Information Session


Finding Funding for Your Small Business


Online Courses (Instructor-led)

Remote Learning Hub


WBDC Policy for reduced fees, or discounts

A sliding fee scale is offered to individuals who do not have the ability to pay the full cost of services.  Discounts are based upon family/household size and annual income. If you are interested in applying, please ask a member of WBDC’s program team for a  reduced fee scholarship application.

Funded in part through a cooperative agreement from the U.S. Small Business Administration.

NO REFUNDS. WBDC reserves the right to cancel any program

WBDC is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Women’s Business Ownership (OWBO) & The Office of Financial Assistance. The OWBO is established to help women become full partners in economic development through small business ownership. SBA’s cooperation does not constitute or imply its endorsement of any opinions, products and/or services. Reasonable arrangements for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at east two weeks in advance. All SBA programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis.




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WBDC - Serving Connecticut
Made possible through grants from the U.S. SBA / Office of Women's Business Ownership,
Federal, State, Municipal, Corporate and Private Contributors.

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