Alexander Coon has been announced as the new director of the Nebraska Company Improvement Center (NBDC) for the South Panhandle area, primarily based in Scottsbluff at the University of Nebraska Panhandle Analysis & Extension Center. Coon’s part will consist of offering free of charge organization consulting solutions to tiny organization owners and entrepreneurs in Scottsbluff, Banner, Kimball, Morrill, Cheyenne, Garden and Deul counties seeking for aid beginning, expanding or transitioning their organizations.
Coon’s position is portion of the NBDC’s Little Company Improvement Center (SBDC) system, which provides a variety of confidential solutions at no expense, which includes organization strategy improvement, economic projections and market place study. Kuhn expressed his excitement at the chance to assistance firms in the region and highlighted the worth of the NBDC’s practically 50-year history of offering free of charge assistance to entrepreneurs and organization owners in Nebraska.
The Little Company Improvement Center system is just one particular of 5 NBDC applications that supply assistance to Nebraska entrepreneurs in a assortment of methods. NBDC consultants helped more than two,000 Nebraska organization owners in 2022, resulting in $343.eight million in financial influence by means of job creation, organization investment, improved sales and government contract awards. NBDC, headquartered at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, has offices all through the state to deliver its solutions.
Kuhn, who is initially from Western Nebraska, earned a master’s degree in organization administration from Chadron State College. With a background in accounting and a powerful track record of supporting neighborhood development, Coon is thought of the best individual to assistance entrepreneurs and organization owners in the Scottsbluff region. Tony Schultz, Nation Director of the NBDC’s SBDC System, expressed self-confidence in Coon’s potential to immediately establish itself as the premier resource for organization inquiries in the region.
Company owners and entrepreneurs interested in accessing NBDC’s solutions can discover additional facts at nbdc.unomaha.edu. Coon is accessible by appointment and can be reached at 308.218.8382 or firstname.lastname@example.org.