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Small Business Development Center
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BRC Training Room

BRC Training Room
69 N. Chadbourne, San Angelo, TX 76903
(now available for reservation requests!)

BRC Partners will not be charged a fee for using the training room. Outside entities not included in partners list will be charged the following rate:

 Training Room Monday - Friday
Half-day (8 a.m. – noon) or (1 p.m. – 5 p.m.) including set up and take down  $75
   
Full day (Event lasting more than 4 hours, ending by 5 p.m.)  $150

 A signed contract is necessary for each use. Business related training and events only.

To schedule an event or to check room availability, Please contact the Training Coordinator at sbdctraining@angelo.edu or 325.942.2098

Training room amenities:

  • Seats 48 classroom style, 24 tables 24” x 72”, Pop up power ports on tables
  • Projectors, screens, and podium
  • Audio
  • Projection Laptop
  • 12’ catering counter
  • Cisco conference phone available
  • Free Wi-Fi

MISSION AND HISTORY

The mission of the ASU Small Business Development Center is to help small businesses start, grow and prosper by providing entrepreneurs with the education, information and tools necessary to build successful businesses.

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Become A Success Story

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    RustiKraft officially launched on February 3, 2012 and provides a new and valuable resource to the local community: Herbal Health Care.
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    Alvaro has owned and operated his upholstery shop for years. He was ready to do something different. He and his wife owned a building close to where they live and have the upholstery shop. Their plan was to open a burrito stand in the building. Alvaro learned that it wasn’t going to be as easy as he had hoped due to rules, regulations and
    permits required. He met with Adviser Paul Howard of the Angelo State University • Small Business Development Center to discuss these issues. After many months of working on the building and getting it up
    to code the burrito stand is now open for business. Alvaro says, “The
    SBDC kept in touch on our progress and was available if we needed
    help.”

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    Melissa and her husband operated a graphics design business in south Texas when circumstances brought them to San Angelo. They brought their business with them, locating it on the west side of San Angelo. Like any new business or established business in a new location, Melissa found her business struggling…

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    Steve and Therran decided they wanted to form a business and attempt to obtain the bid on this contract themselves.  They were not sure how to begin the process so they came to the Angelo State University • Small Business Development Center and met with Advisor Paul Howard.
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    Nicole has owned and operated a salon in Sterling City for several years. When she first met with Adviser Paul Howard of the Angelo State University • Small Business Development Center her dream was to own multiple salons in the area. As luck would have it, a salon in San Angelo was up for sale.