Services

The North Country Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is staffed with full-time, professional, experienced Business Advisors. We strive to provide you with information, technical assistance and training to help grow your existing business or start a new business. You can meet with an advisor one-on one either in person, via telephone, email or online chat to discuss specific concerns like:

  • Business Plan Development
  • Cash Flow Projections
  • Financial Analysis
  • Loan Packaging Assistance
  • Legal & Regulatory Information
  • Marketing Strategies
  • Business Start-Up Information
  • Buying & Selling a Business
  • Personnel Management

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News

Governor Cuomo Announces Groundbreaking of Frontier Town Campground and Paradox Brewery

$25 Million Public/Private Investments Committed To-Date Will Establish 'Gateway to the Adirondacks' Tourism Hub

North Country gets $61.4 million for projects

The North Country Regional Economic Development Council was awarded $61.4 million Thursday afternoon in the sixth round of state funding disbursement....

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We are so grateful to North Country SBDC for their help in getting our business open and thriving.  We love the Adirondacks and have wanted to live here and be successful.  The NY SBDC helped us solidify our plan, prepare for challenges, and rise above them to build a vibrant new business in the heart of the Adirondacks.  We are going on our third year of steady, consistent growth thanks to the assistance of the people and programs of the NY SBDC.  Thanks SBDC!

Allyson Parent, Owner
ADK Growl and Grub
Long Lake, NY

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The North Country Small Business Development Center is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the US Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.