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Small Business Development Center

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The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides educational programs and no cost, confidential consulting services to entrepreneurs looking to start a small business or grow an existing small business in Bradford County, Lackawanna County, Monroe County, Pike County, Susquehanna County, Tioga County, Wayne County, and Wyoming County in Pennsylvania. The University of Scranton has hosted the SBDC since 1980, providing outstanding resources, support, and funding. The SBDC is housed in the University’s nationally recognized Kania School of Management.

Short Term, Big Impact
Internship Initiative Managing a Business

Short Term, Big Impact

The University of Scranton’s SBDC fosters micro-internship initiative For any college student, the chance to intern with an established business...
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Women Complete StartUP Series – Now Enrolling for March 2021!
Starting a Business Woman Owned Business

Women Complete StartUP Series – Now Enrolling for March 2021!

Evelyn Barra, Jasmine Benvenutti, Jennifer Coleman, Tanya Crawford, Lori DeVoe, Nohemi Garcia Tafoya, Laura Gilbody, Michele Havrilchak, Allison Leonard, April...
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Boosting Business During a COVID Holiday Season
COVID 19 Ecommerce Managing a Business Marketing

Boosting Business During a COVID Holiday Season

Tips and tricks on how to make your business’s 2020 holiday season shine bright It’s the most wonderful time of...
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Focus on the Future
COVID 19 Managing a Business

Focus on the Future

The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center helps keep clients looking forward during uncertain times While business restrictions brought...
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Reinvent As You Reopen
Business Planning COVID 19 Managing a Business Marketing

Reinvent As You Reopen

Advice to restaurateurs on how to navigate COVID-19 restrictions Be creative and pivot your business to what customers want today....
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Governor Wolf Announces Restaurants May Increase Indoor Occupancy to 50 Percent Starting September 21
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Governor Wolf Announces Restaurants May Increase Indoor Occupancy to 50 Percent Starting September 21

Governor Tom Wolf today announced that restaurants may increase indoor occupancy to 50 percent starting September 21. To ensure that...
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