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Small Business Development Centerat UW-Green Bay

Entrepreneurial Training Programs

Successful business owners have a plan — let us help you build yours!

Whether your business is growing or brand-new, writing a business plan is critical to building a profitable venture, especially to attract financing from lenders or investors.

The Entrepreneurial Training Program (ETP) is eight efficient sessions to help you develop a plan for a thriving, profitable business. In this program, you will learn to identify customers, determine their needs and analyze that information into a feasible plan for starting or growing your business.

  • Organize and better manage your business.
  • Identify opportunities and market your business.
  • Understand and get your business financials in order.
  • Get funding for your business.
  • Write a detailed, comprehensive business plan.
  • Network with other entrepreneurs.
  • Develop a network with small business support services.

Please contact the SBDC at (920) 496-2117 or for upcoming training in your area.


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Supervisory Leadership Certificate Program

To earn a Supervisory Leadership Certificate, attend the Core Workshop (Supervisory Leadership 101) and choose ten days of one- or two-day electives within three years. Elective topics include building teams, resolving conflict, improving efficiency, managing diversity, maximizing performance, managing projects and many more.

All workshops are held at the Advance Business & Manufacturing Center, located at 2701 Larsen Road in Green Bay.



The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is partially funded by the US Small Business Administration. The support given by the US Small Business Administration does not constitute an expressed or implied endorsement of the cosponsor(s) or participant's opinions, products or services. All programs and services are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Special arrangements for the handicapped will be made if requested in advance.


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