Note

To protect the health and safety of our clients and our employees, until further notice, SBDC business advising will be offered virtually. Our staff is working remotely. Please email rather than calling. Washington SBDC staff can work by email, Zoom video conference or other online platforms.

Business Advising

Business Criteria for receiving business assistance

  • Washington based business: the business resides in Washington
  • For Profit: our charter allows us to work with only for-profit businesses with some exceptions, i.e. assistance with Cares Act Loans
  • Small Business by SBA size standards: under 500 employees for many industries
  • Federally legal product or service

Please fill out this short form with your business question or need. You should receive a response within one business day.

Business Question Contact Form

For Washington small businesses and entrepreneurs to contact the Washington SBDC.
  • How we might assist you? Solicitations may not receive a response.
  • IF you would like to receive occasional emails regarding webinars or other Washington SBDC events for small business, check the box or boxes.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

If you have an appointment with a Washington SBDC Business Advisor

Have a clear idea of what you want to do written out

Our advisors need to see the bigger picture to understand your business and determine how they can be of assistance.

If you do not have a draft business plan view our business plan resources

Starting a Business? Use our Business Readiness Survey. This tool will help you write out essential planning steps.

The Washington Small Business Development Center, hosted by Washington State University, is an accredited member of America's SBDC. Funded in part throurgh a coppperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration, institutions of higher education, economic development organizations and other public and private funding partners.