Entrepreneur Forum Introduces New Business Trainers from WV’s Small Business Development Center | Newspaper
According to Babbitt, Boyd and the WVSBDC website, potential or current business owners can meet one-on-one with WVSBDC business coaches to receive confidential and free technical assistance to help start and develop a business. company in West Virginia. Robbie Babbitt and Michael Boyd are business coaches at the WV Small Business Development Center in the Eastern Panhandle, and they were the keynote speakers at the event.
The SBDC is a national network of business support centers, and its motto is “Your Business.” Our passion.”
“We serve Berkeley, Morgan and Jefferson counties,” Boyd explained. “The significance of this comes from 98.9%, or 114,391, of businesses in West Virginia are considered small businesses, with fewer than 500 employees. In addition, 280,213 West Virginia workers, or 49.6% of West Virginia employees, work for small businesses. “
Sponsors for the event were the Area 9 Planning and Development Council, the Berkeley County Development Authority, the Jefferson County Development Authority and the Morgan County Economic Development Authority.
Babbitt, the Eastern Panhandle’s other coach and speaker at the event, said the organization is focusing on pre-business, startups and existing businesses.
According to Babbitt’s presentation, after the past five years, through the WV Small Business Development Center, 10,187 jobs have been created and retained in 582 companies, and over $ 186 million in capital has been raised through the help from business coaches and SBDC across the country.
For more information, visit www.wvsbdc.com.
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