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IMPACT Fact Sheet 

The NJSBDC program, which is composed of 12 centers (statewide), provides services and comprehensive assistance to established small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs in all 21 counties. Impact of the program is summarized below:

  • Counseled 3,873 clients one-on-one
  • Delivered 19,284 total counseling hours or on average 4.9 hours per case;
  • 60% of all clients were established businesses (2,323);
  • 630 clients of NJSBDC started a new business;
  • Sponsored 541 training sessions statewide;
  • 7,658 individuals/small business owners attended training seminars (on various business development/growth issues);
  • Delivered more than 1,800 total training hours through training seminars;
  • Helped small business clients create and save 14,848 jobs in the state(2,390 created jobs/12,458 retained jobs);
  • Facilitated $126,854,350 in total financing (loans & equity) for its clients;
  • Clients generated an estimated $1.496 billion in sales revenues, generating conservatively $60 million in sales tax revenues to the State Treasury, notwithstanding additional
    business taxes paid to NJ.

View/ Download the NJSBDC 2017 Economic Impact Infographic

Note: Impact from core SBA grant, NJBAC funding, and additional grants activity; as of 2/21/18.

**Subject to further revisions.

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NEWS AND EDUCATION

  • Small Business Week 2018 | April 29 – May 5, 2018

  • NJSBDC 40th Anniversary – 2018 Calendar

  • Mexican Ambassador Diego Gomez Pickering Visits NJSBDC network Headquarters Office

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The New Jersey Sustainable Business program is funded by the USEPA, and is part of an EPA Region 2 Toxic Reductions initiative that also includes projects being conducted by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC), and New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT).

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