How We Can Help Your Business

Since 1984, the Oklahoma SBDC has been Oklahoma’s most comprehensive business consulting network and has helped more than 150,000 Oklahomans achieve their entrepreneurial dreams of starting and owning a successful small business. Business owners in any of Oklahoma’s 77 counties can receive no-cost business advising on a range of services from any of their 19 locations.

SBDC is funded in part by the Small Business Administration and has a variety of financial partnerships. SBDC has impacted Oklahoma’s economy through business start-ups, job growth, and increased business sustainability.

Emily Beesley

Emily Beesley

Business Advisor

Emily is the Business Advisor for the Oklahoma Small Business Development Center (SBDC), which provides tools and resources for both new business start-ups and existing businesses. The SBDC office is located at CV Tech’s El Reno Campus. She provides services to a six-county area of Oklahoma, which are collaboratively known as The West Central Consortium: Blaine | Caddo | Canadian | Grady | Kingfisher | Logan

Emily has expertise in marketing, social media content creation, e-commerce, grant writing, tourism, community development, and the preservation standards for the treatment of historic properties.

“Working for the SBDC allows me to empower small businesses, knowing that my efforts contribute to their growth, resilience of a dream, and potential for success that in turn impacts the communities they serve.”
Emily Beesley, Business Advisor


Click below to read more about what Emily with SBDC has done for area businesses.

SBDC Partnership

Beesley is among over two dozen SBDC business advisors  helping current and prospective business owners in Oklahoma

Done Right Plumbing

SBDC, through Emily, provided start-up assistance, a website review and  solid online marketing strategy. 

Reno's Boneyard

Emily assisted owners in filling out employee paperwork, obtaining workplace posters and safety materials.

Boards By Kelly

Emily offered marketing suggestions to improve their online and physical presence as a local business.

The Oklahoma SBDC … it’s free, and it’s a good resource to use. No matter what stage of planning, or business you’re in, I think there’s help. It’s a resource that should be used


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Emily Beesley

Emily Beesley

Business Advisor

Small Business Administration

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