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Growing Solutions with Phospholutions

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Hunter Swisher founded Phospholutions in the spring of 2016 while still a student majoring in plant science at Penn State. In the fall of 2015 while taking a class, he learned about a soil additive that would help plants soak up nutrients more efficiently. This technology, developed by his professor, was…

Evolve Build: Wharton SBDC Programs Help Serial Entrepreneur Redefine Renewable Energy

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Michael Sebright loves to start and build businesses, literally. Through his company Energy Reconsidered and his partnership with Evolve Build, he continues to find new ways to conserve and renew energy in Greater Philadelphia.     Ironically, one of Mr. Sebright’s strengths that contribute to his success is his tolerance…

The Secret Tradition Continues: Santinoceto's Market

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Santinoceto’s Italian Market celebrated its grand opening on March 4, 2016. However, the Santinoceto family name is far from new to the Clearfield area. Nick Santinoceto’s grandparents, Joseph and Mary, opened an Italian market in 1931. Joseph passed away in 1959, but his wife kept the market open until 1984. Nick…

Pennsylvania SBDCs Remain Open during PASSHE Strike

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The Pennsylvania Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) announced today that all of its Centers across the state remain open during the Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) strike.  Five out of eighteen SBDCs are located within PASSHE schools, all of which will remain open to serve the business community during the strike. A full listing of centers can be found by visiting http://pasbdc.org/centers.

The Pennsylvania SBDC is committed to serving the state’s aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners. Confidential consulting services and educational programs for entrepreneurs looking to start or grow their small business are available at little to no cost. Companies affected by the strike are encouraged to contact their local SBDC to discuss business continuity strategies for operational interruptions.