Entrepreneur Tom Kostiw of Babunya’s Gourmet ( www.babunyas.com ) presents today at The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center’s (SBDC) & Penn State Extension’s Food for Profit workshop.
The University of Scranton SBDC provides no cost small business consulting services that are tailored to fit the needs of small business clients of Bradford, Lackawanna, Monroe, Pike, Susquehanna, Tioga, Wayne & Wyoming Counties. The center offers confidential individualized assistance designed to identify and address the problems of small business owners as well as individuals interested in establishing a business.
The program is jointly funded by the US Small Business Administration, Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development and The University of Scranton.
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