South San Diego SBDC

WELCOME TO SOUTH SAN DIEGO SBDC

For over twenty years, the SBDC has been helping San Diego area small businesses succeed by providing the information and tools they need. Based at Southwestern College, the San Diego SBDC serves the area along Interstate 8, including Mission Valley, Del Cerro, and East County. Also served are businesses south of Interstate 8 to the International Border, including National City, Chula Vista, Southeast San Diego, San Ysidro, Coronado, South San Diego, and Imperial Beach.

The SBDC's number one priority is to support and empower the growth of small businesses in our region. Through a team of professionals, the SBDC helps entrepreneurs develop and expand their operations, fostering the job creation and retention, capital investments and dynamic innovation that support an ever-improving quality of life for our community.

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Our Mission

The SBDC mission is to grow the economic vitality of our community and our State, fostering job creation and retention, capital investments, and dynamic innovations that support an ever-improving quality of life for everyone in our community. This mission is accomplished by assisting local small businesses and entrepreneurs build a foundation for individual and company success through individual counseling, organized business education, and innovative special programs.


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Our goal is to help you make your small business the best that it can be. Make your appointment today and be more confident of success tomorrow.

Small Business Development Center - South San Diego
880 National City Blvd., Suite 103
National City, CA 91950
Phone: (619) 482-6391
Fax: (619) 216-6692
cwiley@swccd.edu



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The San Diego SBDC is hosted by Southwestern Community College and funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. 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 or the San Diego SBDC.