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What did the SV SBDC accomplish in 2022? Check out the numbers for yourself:

In addition to the ways in which the SV SBDC contributed to the regional economy in 2022, the team also participated in a number of initiatives that made a significant cultural impact on our Shenandoah Valley communities.

But most of all, we are proud of the difference we were able to make with individual business owners and are pleased to share in their success!

Last, but importantly, we are grateful to all the wonderful partners that make the services of the SV SBDC possible! In 2022 we added the SV SBDC Advisory Council to our team, and we look forward to the many ways their advocacy and support will enhance services going forward.

DOWNLOAD PDF is a comprehensive online platform designed specifically for restaurant owners and managers. Working with the Valley SBDC gives clients access to this useful tool.

Friends, colleagues, and business owners gathered to celebrate SV SBDC Director Joyce Krech’s accomplishments upon her retirement.

Vertical IQ is a business intelligence platform that features advanced sales statistics and guides to help small businesses better understand their target markets, develop more effective sales strategies, and ultimately drive growth.

SBDC Day is a national celebration of the positive impact America’s Small Business Development Centers have on America’s small businesses. Join in a range of special events and offers on March 15.

GrowthWheel is a visual tool that provides a structured approach to decision making and business management. It is available to businesses that work with an SV SBDC business advisor.

The America’s SBDC Cybersecurity Task Force offers advice for small business owners to help assess the risk to reward ratio in using TikTok.

The team at the Shenandoah Valley Small Business Development Center recently conducted a strategic planning session.

Enjoy our monthly roundup of business stories, tips, and reasons why living and doing business in the Shenandoah Valley is so gratifying.

The SV SBDC Advisory Council was formed to expand access to the advice and resources Shenandoah Valley small businesses need to succeed.