The Small Business Accelerator in the news
An article titled “Class sets business owners on growth path” was recently published in The Herald Business Journal describing how business owners should know when it’s time to take their business to the next level and more importantly how to go about doing it.
Kay Hill, CEO of Everett-based PlasamaLab, and Small Business Accelerator – Executive Roundtable participant was recently featured on KOMO 4 News. The story titled “Could the answer to severe allergies be in your blood?” spotlights how PlasmaLab collects and stores plasma until a laboratory makes a request for the donation. The goal of the researchers is to develop vaccines for the worst of allergies. Watch the entire story at KOMO 4 News.
An article titled Talking with customers key to business success was published in the HearldNet interviewing two Small Business Accelerator participants, about the value of taking the time to know your customers.
An article titled Lifelong learning sets successful entrepreneurs apart was published in the HearldNet interviewing a Small Business Accelerator participant, Bob Maphet, about how the Accelerator program has helped turn his hobby into a profitable and successful business.
An article titled Small Business Accelerator gets help to owners was published in the Snohomish County Business Journal explaining how the accelerator program uses three key elements to help business owners: workshops, networking and personal coaching.
An article titled EvCC adds education initiatives for business was published in the Snohomish County Business Journal highlighting the Small Business Acceleration courses. The courses show business owners how to realign their businesses and accelerate their profitability.
An article titled Getting advice on how to accelerate business was published in the Everett Herald interviewing Small Business Accelerator participant, Michael Lee, about how the Accelerator program has helped his business become better through the economic downturn.
An article titled EvCC starts new small business accelerator program was published in the Everett Herald about upcoming information sessions and program features.
An article titled Resources grow for established small businesses was recently published in the Everett Herald featuring an interview with Travis Snider, lead instructor and a business coach, about the challenges facing established small businesses.