Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) is closed accepting any new application. You can check your application status under the application portal: If you are experiencing any issues with the application portal or have any questions regarding the RRF program, please contact the SBA RRF call center at 1-844-279-8898. Support is available in multiple languages with the call center. If you require assistance with your application, please register for our FREE counseling on our website:
The Pacific Islands Small Business Development Center Network (PISBDCN) and the Guam SBDC will temporarily stop accepting walk-in assistance or in-person counseling. To avail of our free services you may email us at or contact us at (671) 735-2590.
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What We Do


How can we assist you?




The PISBDCN provides free, confidential, one-to-one counseling in all areas of business management, including pre-venture feasibility, business plan development, marketing, record keeping, financial and human resource management, operations management, and access to capital, as well as specialized areas such as international trade and technical services.This service is available to all existing and/or potential small business owners/managers that are US citizens, green card holders or citizens of the Freely AssociatedStates.

Because the SBDC maintains links to small business resources through its membership of the U.S. Association of Small Business Development Centers (ASBDC), its partnership with the U.S. SBA, the National Business Incubation Association, and other economic development groups regionally and internationally, we are able to refer local businesses to high- quality external sources of information and ideas.





The SBDC offers an ongoing program of workshops, conferences, and seminars all designed to meet the needs of local small businesses. Courses range from introductory workshops for those just starting out in business to advanced programs aimed at enhancing the growth potential of established businesses. Training courses are presented at low cost and are offered at either the SBDC training center or other convenient, central locations based on demand.




The SBDC provides access to relevant business information through resources offered at its training center, including:

1. Extensive small business library
2. Computer laboratory
3. Government & local business resource information


The PISBDCN is available for presentations to schools, village organizations, and community groups. We offer programs ranging from youth entrepreneurship and how to get started to the pros and cons of small business ownership, and tailored presentations upon request.