Small Business Development Center

Want to Own Your Own Business But Don’t Know Where to Start? Maybe You Own A Business But Want Some Help? Indian Hills is the Place for You!

Make Your Small Business Dreams Come True at Indian Hills Community College!

 

SBDC LogoRetail. Service. Manufacturing. Wholesale. The Indian Hills Small Business Development Center provides management assistance to for-profit small businesses in all of these sectors!

But what if you want to own your own business, but you don’t know where to start? No worries. Our expert consultants have the business know-how you need to make the best of your future business.

Your business. Your way. Indian Hills has the expert advice and resources you need to make owning your small business a Life. Changing. experience.


The Small Business Development Center Offers Iowa Business Owners Tons of Services:

  • Accounting/Records
  • Business Planning
  • Business Start-up/Acquisition
  • Financial Analysis
  • General Management
  • Marketing
  • Sources of Capital
  • and so much more

Follow your passion. We promise it’ll be a Life.Changing. ride!

 

What Else Is There? What Else Might You Need?

Owning a small business is a big step. Utilize resources. Discover your opportunities. Indian Hills will be by your side every step of the way!


Training and Resources

Our consultants offer expert advice and provide training programs, from seminars to specialized services.

Regional Entrepreneurship Center

Prepare your start-up or early-stage company for a Life. Changing. future of success.  

 

Questions? Just talk to Bryan!

Not sure if starting your own business is right for you? Do you own a business and need help, but aren’t sure which questions to ask? Don’t stress. Just ask Bryan!

ziegler_profileBryan Ziegler, Regional Economic Advancement Director
Indian Hills Community College

Phone: (641) 683-5127 or (800) 726-2585, ext. 5127
Email: Bryan.Ziegler@IndianHills.edu

 

 


Bryan Ziegler is the director of the Small Business Development Center at Indian Hills. He earned his MBA from Western Illinois University, and he has nearly 30 years of experience serving as the Small Business Development Center Director.