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SC Small Business Development Centers Highlights Successful Clients In Video

 

COLUMBIA, SC—The SC Small Business Development Centers recently held their third annual conference of consultants and staff. During the opening of the conference, state director Michele Abraham unveiled the network’s new promotional video featuring stories of successful clients from across the state. The SC SBDC clients highlighted received help with business plans, networking, government procurement, the 8a program and information on how to start a new business. The video is featured at www.SCSBDC.com.

“This was one of the final steps of our complete rebrand,” Abraham said. “We hope people will explore our website, watch the video and be inspired to seek out one of our service centers near them. Our business consulting services are always free and confidential.”

A direct link to the video on Youtube can be found at: http://youtu.be/3qmB0QJ1ogA.

Seventeen South Carolina Small Business Development Centers (SC SBDC) across the state offer individual, confidential business consulting at no cost. Consultants assist both existing and startup companies. Consultants provide a variety of services, including advisement on business plans, fiscal and operations management, financing options, marketing strategies, human resources and much more.

Centers conduct affordable education workshops and provide referrals to useful business resources. Specialized services include government contracting, exporting, technology commercialization, veterans business assistance and minority outreach. Visitwww.SCSBDC.com to find a center and make an appointment. Follow small business news at www.facebook.com/SCSBDC and @SCSBDC.

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Michael Bailey

Michael Bailey is the Chief Curator of Information at The MinorityEye a nationally recognized news blog that focuses on news, events and issues relevant minority communities. He is also an Integrated Marketing Communication Specialist at TME Media Group. His firm provides consulting and training services to non-traditional entrepreneurs as well as corporate, state and local agencies on how to develop integrated marketing strategies that connect with minority consumers.

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