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Saint Francis University SBDC Names Barry Surma Director

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Barry Surma of Gallitzin, Pa. has been named director of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Saint Francis University. Surma has more than 30 years of experience in economic development, most recently at the Altoona-Blair County Development (ABCD) Corp. Surma joined ABCD Corp. in 1994 as the Manager of…

Kutztown University SBDC Client Zeigler Showcases at America’s SBDC Reception in Washington DC

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Ziegler, a longtime client of the Kutztown University Small Business Development Center (SBDC), was one of only ten featured companies to exhibit at the America’s SBDC Client Showcase & Reception held this month in Washington DC.  The event was part of the America’s SBDC Spring Meeting that coincides with its…

Duquesne University SBDC Announces Eat’n Park President as Keynote Speaker for 18th Annual Entrepreneur’s Growth and Networking Conference

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Registration is now open for the 18th Annual Entrepreneur’s Growth and Networking Conference (EGC), hosted by the Duquesne University Small Business Development Center (SBDC). The conference will be held on June 2, 2016 at Duquesne University. This year’s keynote speaker is Jeff Broadhurst, President of Eat’n Park Restaurants and CEO of…

Consultants from Kutztown SBDC Invited to White House 'Champions of Change'

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Last week members from the Kutztown University SBDC attended the “White House Champions of Change” event. The event honored eleven individual 'Champions' from around the country who were selected for "their extraordinary service as mentors for startups and small businesses across the country."

There was also a discussion on the importance of entrepreneurial mentorship in accelerating success for the next generation of entrepreneurs and small business owners.

Each week, the White House Office of Public Engagement highlights a group of Americans, businesses, or organizations who embody the ideals of ‘Innovating, Educating, and Building.’

These groups range from educators to entrepreneurs to community activists, and The White House Office of Public Engagement and U.S. Small Business Administration are excited to honor those who are' Winning the Future' by mentoring and counseling their business peers.

Read more at The White House Blog.

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