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Meeting with your banker, one of the most nerve racking steps for entrepreneurs when starting their business. The fact of the matter is, it doesn’t need to be stressful at all. Kevin Lull, a commercial lender, sits down with Daryn Soldan of the Washburn Small Business Development Center to discuss what to expect when meeting [...]
In 2005, the Washburn Small Business Development Center honored Holton-based business Glenn Moore Meadows by naming it as an Emerging Business of the Year. In this video, business owners Sherri Moore and Phyllis Twombly explain how the SBDC helped them to start their business.
Gatherings on the Prairie was chosen as an Emerging Business of the Year in 2005 by the Washburn Small Business Development Center. Here, Rick Munson and Rob Dudley, owners, discuss how the Washburn SBDC helped even a seasoned retail veteran to grow their Junction City-based home furnishings store.
CD Tradepost, Inc. was chosen as an Existing Business of the year in 2005 by the Washburn Small Business Development Center. Here, business owner Dennis Strobel briefly explains how the SBDC helped his Topeka-based business expand to over 24 stores across the country.
Zuckey Bowl, Inc. was honored in 2004 by the Washburn Small Business Development Center. Here, owners Patti and David Zuck explain how the Washburn SBDC helped their Manhattan-based business to grow.
Phoenix Tower Service was honored in 2004 by the Washburn Small Business Development Center. Here, owners Laura and Clay Cowart talk about their business and the help they received from the SBDC.