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Bucknell University SBDC Holds 2017 Celebration of Small Business

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On Friday, July 21, 2017 the Bucknell University SBDC held is annual Celebration of Small Business on Bucknell's campus in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. During the breakfast, four awards were given to the following exemplary small business owners: InnovateHER Business Challenge Bucknell SBDC Regional Winner: Kaitlin Schuck, Threading Love, Recognizing her efforts and…

Want to Commercialize your Technology? Learn How at the 2017 SBIR Workshop in Villanova

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Are you a small business owner or an entrepreneur in the technology sector looking for opportunities to fund development of an innovative technology? If you want to commercialize your technology, The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program can help.   As a highly competitive awards-based program, SBIR provides funding for innovators…

"Meet the Lenders" Event For Local Entrepreneurs Slated for October 5 in Philadelphia

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On October 5, 2017, the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Eastern Pennsylvania District will be participating in a lender outreach event hosted by SCORE. Together, they bring “Meet the Lenders” Borrowing Matchmaking, a networking event designed to connect small business owners and entrepreneurs with resource partners and lenders in an engaging…

Pennsylvania SBDC to Participate in Community Partnership Summit

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Representatives from the Pennsylvania Small Business Development Centers will be attending the White House Community Partnership Summit on Friday, March 2 on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania.

These one-day events, held in 12 cities across the U.S. throughout the spring and summer, are bringing together Government officials with civic and community leaders, business owners, and other local stakeholders to discuss issues critical to each particular community, region, and the nation.

The summits will use the open space process, a unique meeting format which allows individuals to connect and talk about the issues most important to them. The process is designed to build on the many assets and talents each participant and agency official brings to the room.

The goal is to find creative ways for community leaders to work together on a variety of topics, including:

  • Jobs/Economy
  • Livable Communities
  • Healthcare
  • Education

Please  visit The White House Community Partnership Summit for more information.