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The mission of the Angelo State University Small Business Development Center (ASU-SBDC) is to promote growth, expansion, innovation, increased productivity and improved management for small businesses in the 10 counties that comprise the ASU-SBDC service area. Those counties are:

  • Irion
  • Tom Green
  • Concho
  • McCulloch
  • Mason
  • Menard
  • Kimble
  • Sutton
  • Schleicher
  • Crockett

NEW! Business Tips

  • December 04, 2017 Dave Erickson, Director Certified Business Advisor

    The Angelo State University - Small Business Development Center (SBDC) celebrates its 27th year of service to San Angelo and the 10 county area of the Concho Valley. Thousands of small businesses in the Concho Valley have benefited from our business advising and training services.

  • November 20, 2017 Dave Erickson, DirectorCertified Business Advisor
    Attention San Angelo entrepreneurs! The 2018 San Angelo Business Plan Competition is now open to all eligible small business owners and those wishing to start a business.
  • November 06, 2017 James Leavelle, Certified Business Advisor

    My daughter is in a high school marching band and every year they compete in UIL competition.  They also compete in smaller festivals and contests in preparation for the UIL contests.  They will compete against other schools in their same class (6A) for recognition and awards.

  • October 23, 2017 Dave Erickson, DirectorCertified Business Advisor

    The City of San Angelo’s Planning and Development Services Department is striving to improve services it provides on proposed projects that are brought before them by property owners, contractors, developers, engineers, and architects. The goal is to have a business friendly and pro-business atmosphere as it relates to planning and permitting.

  • October 09, 2017 Dave Erickson, DirectorCertified Business Advisor

    Gross profit is an often misunderstood concept in business. Gross profit is found on the income statement, or the profit and loss statement as it is also known.