Business Resource Center (BRC)
69 North Chadbourne Street, San Angelo, Texas 76903-5848
Welcome to the Business Resource Center, a keystone project of Advance San Angelo. This single physical location serves as the home base for representatives of the various economic development partner organizations (see list below) involved in this important project.
The Business Resource Center (BRC) will accomplish the vision of the SBDC and local partners who, in 2007, sought to create a one-stop-shop for all economic development and business assistance efforts in the Concho Valley and San Angelo.
Here, we hope to formally introduce you to the BRC project and the partner organizations. We ask that you join us on Facebook where we provide relevant information, drawings, and pictures of the BRC project. We invite all community and business partners, stakeholders, and others interested in our project to stay informed.
The Business Resource Center is open, and business expertise is available under one roof! A formal grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony was held on March 20th. LIKE us on facebook to view the photo album!
Business Resource Center Facility Layout
- Consolidate many of San Angelo's economic development efforts into a single facility
- Improved environment for small businesses and the recruitment of businesses
- Improved knowledge sharing and synergy among economic development partners
- Angelo State University and Howard College business student service learning opportunities
Partner Fact Sheets
- ASU Small Business Development Center
- City of San Angelo Development Corporation
- Concho Valley Workforce Development Board
- The Business Factory
- Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Division
- Downtown San Angelo, Inc.
- Concho Valley Angel Network
- Howard College Workforce
- Business startup assistance
- Business retention and expansion assistance
- Business recruitment assistance
- Business technical advising and business training
- Workforce development and training
- Networking opportunities
BRC Guiding Principles
Principles that will guide the BRC partner activities in the facility. Developed in September of 2009.