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Nebraska Business Development Center

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Nebraska Business Development Center offers one-stop assistance to individuals and small businesses by providing small business owners and managers and others 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. A listing of branch offices throughout Nebraska can be found at the SmallBusiness.com Nebraska SBDC Centers Hub.

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The Nebraska Business Development Center helps small businesses expand operations, manage growth or launch new ventures. With offices throughout the state, its consultants help small business owners finance, market, manage and grow their companies.

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Nebraska Business Development Center

  • Director: Robert Bernier
  • Address: University of Nebraska-Omaha
    415 Roskens Hall 6001 Dodge Street
  • City: Omaha
  • State: Nebraska
  • Zip: 68182 - 0248
  • Phone: 402-554-2521
  • Fax: 402-554-3473
  • Email: rbernier@unomaha.edu
  • Website: http://nbdc.unomaha.edu

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