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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 for over thirty years, providing outstanding resources, support, and funding. The SBDC is housed in the University’s nationally recognized Kania School of Management.

Focus on the Future
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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
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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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The University of Scranton SBDC: Serving Regional Small Businesses During COVID Pandemic
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The University of Scranton SBDC: Serving Regional Small Businesses During COVID Pandemic

While the COVID-19 pandemic may have halted many businesses, The University of Scranton SBDC team has been working diligently to...
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Governor Wolf Announces 12 More Counties to Move to Yellow Phase on May 22
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Governor Wolf Announces 12 More Counties to Move to Yellow Phase on May 22

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced 12 additional Pennsylvania counties will move to the yellow phase of reopening at 12:01 a.m....
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Governor Provides Business Guidance as Counties Move to Yellow Phase on May 8
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Governor Provides Business Guidance as Counties Move to Yellow Phase on May 8

From the Office of Governor Tom Wolf: Gov. Wolf Provides Business Guidance as Counties Move to Yellow Phase on May...
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