Starting a new business or growing an existing one is a demanding and tough job. The real secret to success is an eagerness to learn and having access to knowledge, experience, and expertise of others. The New Jersey Council of County Colleges and the New Jersey Small Business Development Centers (NJSBDC) developed the Entrepreneur Certificate Program (ECP). This 33 1/2 hour program gives entrepreneurs and existing small business owners an opportunity to learn how to successfully start and expand business operations. The ECP allows small business owners the flexibility to complete the curriculum at their own pace, on a course-by-course basis. The courses and workshops offered will familiarize entrepreneurs and small business owners with business plans, legal issues, marketing strategies, financial statements, small business taxes and small business record-keeping systems. Want to improve your business skills? Take one of our comprehensive courses to increase your knowledge and enhance your skills, or take all of our courses and receive an Entrepreneur Certificate.
Next stage Growth | Growth Acceleration
Tens of thousands of established small businesses and entrepreneurs have tapped the NJSBDC network for customized, one-on-one management consulting and training for more than three decades. Companies that use NJSBDC’s comprehensive services report accelerated growth and improved access to capital financing. Contact us today and let us help you turn your passion into a business.
BUSINESS CONTINUITY RESOURCES
In the case of impending bad or disastrous weather, we want to make sure you and your business are ready for any type of disruption. Below are some resources to help you plan and be prepared for anything.
Immediate Local Resources
New Jersey County Office of Emergency Management Coordinators
County Access and Functional Needs Liaisons
Government website listings by county:
- Atlantic County
- Bergen County
- Burlington County
- Camden County
- Cape May County
- Cumberland County
- Essex County
- Gloucester County
- Hudson County
- Hunterdon County
- Mercer County
- Middlesex County
- Monmouth County
- Morris County
- Ocean County
- Passaic County
- Salem County
- Somerset County
- Sussex County
- Union County
- Warren County
Disaster Recovery Information
In the case of a disaster, the NJSBDC wants to ensure you and your business have the tools you need. Below is a directory of major disaster recovery contacts.
Online training | Growth Acceleration
Don’t have a business background? With NJSBDC you don’t need one. We will provide you with access to a multitude of online classes that will teach you everything you need to grow a successful business. We will work tirelessly to make sure you can keep up with the top businesses in your sector. Our online classes cover all aspects of online small business strategies such as social media, digital marketing, e-commerce and more. If you are looking for more than just a class, we offer certifications as well. With our Digital Blueprint Certificate and Entrepreneur Certificate Program (ECP), turn your knowledge into expertise. Keep an eye open for any internet related courses for your business to take the step into the 21st century.
NJSBDC Regional Offices
Network Partners & Sponsors
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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