Alabama SBDC at Troy University
Juliana Bolivar, Director
63 South Court Square
Troy, AL 36081
To speak with an SBDC Business Advisor at Troy University, please complete our online client registration form. Our one-on-one advising services are confidential and offered at no charge to Alabama’s entrepreneurs and small business owners, but we are required to collect basic demographic information for our funding partners. All information is reported in aggregate form (# veteran-owned business, # women-owned businesses, etc.)
Your Local Small Business Experts:
Juliana Bolivar is no stranger to business and entrepreneurship. Having been raised by small business owners, she had a front-row seat to the successes and failures inherent to running a business, and started her own business at the age of 16. She currently serves as the center director of the Alabama Small Business Development Center Network at Troy University, bringing to her role ten years as a small business consultant. She has become sought-after for her ability to come alongside business owners as they work to design and implement innovative solutions to drive start-up success and revenue growth. Her brand development strategies have gotten results for business owners in various industries from hospitality, restaurants, travel, athletics, to daycares, beauty, and personal branding.
In addition to her proven skills as a business leader, Juliana serves as a member of the board of directors of Turning Point, a non-profit working to end domestic violence. In this role, Juliana has driven organizational decision-making as well as doubled donations, and secured new local business partners. Juliana is fluent in Spanish.
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Registered clients that are working with one of our Business Advisors can use the form below to securely upload financial documents. Never email sensitive financial documents. If you were referred by a lender, and are not already a client of the Alabama SBDC, please register here first.
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