SPICE is a friend from start to end!
How can SPICE assist you and your business?

Technical Assistance:
SPICE offers one-on-one counseling, business plan development, cash flow projections, government registration assistance, permitting advice, marketing, business startup and expansion planning as well as referrals to qualified business development resource persons and organizations. 


Training:
SPICE compliments TA with classroom instruction to further guide participants through the steps of developing a business plan and ultimately opening a new business. SPICE also provides classes for specific business related subjects.


Mentoring and long range support
SPICE is dedicated to supporting it’s clients, especially loan clients, as they establish and build their businesses.  Using site visits and occasional emails and phone calls, we remain in contact with our clients to offer any assistance or advice and to prevent problems from escalating into unmanageable situations.


Micro-enterprise Loans:
SPICE offers business loans at 5% interest for individuals in the SPICE service area. Loans are for start-up, business capital, or expansion of existing businesses.


The SPICE business plan outline is an easy way to begin writing your business plan. The outline is comprised of six sections that ask multiple questions. As you answer the questions in this outline, you begin writing your business plan.
You can download the business plan outline below.


Contact SPICE today to see how we can assist your small business!
Phone: (740)394-2200
Email: spiceohio.map@gmail.com
Or you can use SPICE’s online Contact Form.


SPICE’s Business Partners

Ohio CDC Association      Ohio Development Services Agency      Appalachian Regional Commission      Ohio Community Computing Network

Foundation for Appalachian Ohio      U.S. Small Business Administration      Hocking College      Southern Local School District

Perry County District Library      Ohio Department of Job and Family Services      Rural Action

O.U. Small Business Development Center     ACEnet     Perry County Chamber of Commerce     Little Citites of Black Diamonds