Walla Walla business development center plays role in 7 startups

Small business owners have gotten a big helping hand from the free business counseling and guidance services offered through the Walla Walla Small Business Development Center this year.

So far in 2016, seven new businesses have gotten started, resulting in the creation of 20 jobs and a $4.9 million capital infusion in the community, according to the latest numbers from adviser Joe Jacobs. For more information, contact Jacobs at joe.jacobs@wsbdc.org

Read full article by Vicki Hillhouse in the Union Bulletin here: http://www.union-bulletin.com/local_columnists/strictly_business/walla-walla-business-development-center-plays-role-in-startups/article_72470d1c-b33b-11e6-b2e1-53181b84ad16.html

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.