for Spring & Summer
Classes and Programs
In response to current CDC guidance, all Lane SBDC classes through June 13th, 2020 will be delivered remotely via online video conferencing. After that date video conferencing will be offered as an additional option for the foreseeable future. Please be aware dates may change as needed to keep our clients safe.
Currently, our office is closed. Staff are working remotely. We are checking voice messages and emails regularly.
Contact us for information at LaneSBDC@lanecc.edu
SBDC Client of the Month
“I make clothing designed to lift your spirits up, to add a bit of fairy dust to your day”, says Anna of her clothing company Ethyria. “Also, I design for women over 50, a generally overlooked demographic.” While Anna has a great grasp on who her customer is, she was acutely aware that she needed support in finding the clients who would help her grow her business. “I came to the Lane SBDC to take Roger’s Business Plan Accelerator class, which was fantastic. And now I have just started year two of the Small Business Management Program,” says Anna.
SBDC Client Interview
Young Mountain Tea
Feel free to contact us with any questions. Helping you find answers is our job.
Lane Community College
Small Business Development Center
Mary Spilde Center
101 W 10th Ave, Ste 304
Eugene, OR 97401
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The Oregon Small Business Development Centers are partially funded by the US Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Oregon Business Development Department. Primary funding for the Lane SBDC is provided by Lane Community College.
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