Louisiana Small Business Development Center, the state’s largest and most accessible source of small business assistance, recently launched its new website, http://www.lsbdc.org, which features a new design and intuitive navigation.

The website gives small business owners quick and easy access to information and resources needed for starting, growing and managing a business, according to an LSU news release.

“Serving the needs of Louisiana’s small businesses is our top priority,” said LSBDC State Director Mary Lynn Wilkerson in the release.

Dividing the website into two sections, “I Want to Start a Business” and “I Am a Business Owner” helps entrepreneurs easily identify information they need and want.

The website features a wide range of business topics, such as increasing sales, accessing capital and business planning. For easier navigation, users can find information, download tools and templates and view upcoming training events related to a single business topic all on one page. This one-stop-shop approach provides users with quick access to topics that can help them with every aspect of their business.

The LSBDC website also features a mobile-ready interface, which is accessible via smartphones.

“The number of people accessing the Internet from mobile phones has significantly increased,” said Wilkerson. “Our clients need readily accessible information at their fingertips and our mobile site helps them in achieving just that.”