“Aziz keeps checking in,” said Molly Golden, co-owner of the Lumberyard food hall in Pullman, of Washington SBDC advisor Aziz Makhani. “He reminds us to stay current on our social media. He brought in friends for a ‘burger tasting,’ they gave us feedback, we made changes and now we track our burger popularity on the computer.
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