Mississippi Small Business
Development Center
Helping to Transform Mississippi One Small Business at a Time.

Transforming Mississippi One Small Business at a Time.


To provide services and support that will enable the state of Mississippi to become the leading environment for small business success in the nation.

Core Values

Challenging ourselves with ambitious goals while treating each other with respect, Excelling through risk taking while honoring safety and wellness, Valuing and exploring professional development, Appreciating tradition and innovation with both pride and humility, Embracing stewardship in the community in which we live.

Leaving one's own comfort zone, Rejecting apathy or passivity, Grappling with intellectual knowledge and demonstrating ethical behavior, Embracing a lifelong commitment to learning and to personal growth.

Supporting achievement of the MSBDC WIGS, Building and sustaining meaningful relationships with an emphasis on collaboration, Promoting independence, self-advocacy and personal growth, Seeking avenues for improvement towards achieving one's personal potential, Aspiring towards and rewarding creativity, imagination and innovation.

Character and responsibility, Honesty and personal accountability, Caring and respect, Kindness and selflessness, acceptance and tolerance, wholeness and wellness, Self-awareness and reflection.


It is Mississippi SBDC Network policy to not divulge any information including the name, e-mail address, mailing address or phone number of any person/business receiving counseling or training assistance to any individual or organization without the express written consent of the individual/business.

Our Results:
Mississippi Small Business Development Centers results for FFY 2018
237 - Businesses Started
893 - Jobs Created
1,202 - Jobs Retained
$44.4 Million - In Capital Formation
$7.5 Million - In New Sales Growth
The Mississippi Small Business Development Center is an accredited member of America's Small Business Development Centers and is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration through The University of Mississippi. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA or The University of Mississippi.