SBDC Assistance is Revenue Positive
SBDC long-term advising assistance is highly valuable from a public policy perspective because it returns tax revenues to state and federal governments, as well as value and capital to its clients, that are greater than the direct cost of providing the service.
For every $1.00 invested in the Texas South-West Border SBDC, a return of $4.70 is generated.
2020 FINDINGS FROM A NATIONAL INDEPENDENT STUDY BY JAMES J. CHRISMAN, PH
14.4% Higher Sales Growth
11.9% Higher Employment Growth
Total Businesses Served
Trainings/Seminars & Courses
New Tax Revenue Generated
New Business Starts
New Sales/Contracts & Exports
Texas State University SBDC is a proud member of the Texas South-West SBDC Network, is funded in part through the State of Texas and a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), is hosted by The University of Texas at San Antonio, and accredited nationally by America’s SBDC.