Lane SBDC Presents: Happy's Java and Soul Food Shack
Happy talks about his personal journey and success story. Watch the video
or read his
As Derrick Pruitt
explains, “Working with
both Frank Plaisted
Gary Smith [instructors of the SBDC]
has had the most
impact on my business.
their help, guidance and mentorship
there is no
Soul Food Shack…Gary
Frank together are
Moss Adams and Lane SBDC to present:
Small Business Symposium
Wednesday, January 14th, 8-Noon, held at Lane Downtown Campus
First Annual, half-day educational seminar specifically designed for small businesses in our community.
Free to the first 50 registrants! Register at Moss Adams
Business Management Programs
Our signature Small
Business Management (SBM) and New Product Development programs are sold out. Call 541.463.6200 for more information about how you can hold your spot in next year's SBM program, at this year's price.
The Small Business Management Program and The New Product Development Program Are Open for Fall Registration. Space is limited. Sign Up Today!
"The SBDC has been an invaluable source of information, mentoring, taste testing, and enthusiastic support for me! Everyone, from the staff to the advisors, are out to help you succeed. I tell anyone who has the courage to take the leap to owning their own business not to 'pass go' until they've visited the SBDC." —Robin Brown-Wood
Boutique Feed Store Capitalizes on Success in the Backyard
Owner, Bill Bezuk says, “The Lane SBDC provided people with business
experience to hear my ideas.” and “They were particularly helpful in
helping me review my business plan.”
“The LCC SBDC was a critical part of making my business what it is
today. By utilizing classes, programs and private
counseling sessions, I was able to receive incredible support, learn
everything that I needed to know about owning a business and becoming
successful.” —Rosetta Thuresson
“I think about what I learned in the Small Business Management Program every day, the need for networking, keeping the costs down, working on the margins, that everything you do is marketing.” —Eva Promen, Owner of Uncommon Scents at the Meridian