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Eastern Iowa Small Business Development Center

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The Eastern Iowa Small Business Development Center offers one-stop assistance to individuals and small businesses by providing a wide variety of information and guidance. Small Business Development Centers are cooperative efforts of the private sector, the educational community and federal, state and local governments.

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Hosted by leading universities, colleges, and state economic development agencies, and funded in part through a partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration, there are approximately 1,000 Small Business Development centers from coast-to-coast that offer no-cost consulting and low-cost training.


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Eastern Iowa Small Business Development Center

  • Director:
  • Address: 331 W 3rd St, Ste 100
  • City: Davenport
  • State: Iowa
  • Zip: 52801
  • Phone: 563-336-3401
  • Fax: 563-336-3479
  • Email: some mail
  • Website: [{{{website}}} {{{website}}}]

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