Puyallup/Pierce County – John Rodenberg

Location: Puyallup, Washington

Address: 400 E. Pioneer, Suite 103

City/State/Zip: Puyallup, WA  98372

Telephone: (253) 268-3339

Email: john.rodenberg@wsbdc.org

John has more than 35 years of business experience with major corporations as well as small businesses. He is with the WSU/Small Business Development Center in Pierce County, and has served clients in Pierce County as a Business Advisor since 2004. He was selected the Washington State STAR Performer in 2012.

Much of his corporate career was in production, engineering and management. His small business experience includes ownership and management in building products manufacturing, construction, recreation and consulting industries. John’s public service work includes terms on municipal planning commissions. He is past Chair of Tennis Officials, Pacific Northwest Section of the United States Tennis Association and is a certified national tennis official.

He assists clients in the process of gaining funding through equity and debt by reviewing their business plans, drafting feasibility and pitch presentations, preparing market analysis and outlining organization structure.  He also assists client in the purchase and/or sale of their business.

His education includes an M.B.A. (University of Denver) and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering (Montana State University).

Areas of Specialization:
Product development, manufacturing systems, process and quality improvement, financial projections, logistics, economic analysis and business planning.

Financial Projections Excel Template – an extensive month-by-month income statement and cash flow template is available by e-mail; contact John at above address.

Business Plan Review – the SBDC offers review of your written Business Plan within two weeks by two qualified reviewers.

2019 Economic Impact Sheet – Pierce County

The Washington Small Business Development Center, hosted by Washington State University, is an accredited member of America's SBDC. Funded in part throurgh a coppperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration, institutions of higher education, economic development organizations and other public and private funding partners.