The Duquesne University SBDC has provided the following resources to assist the small businesses in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Marsha Cassel is a life-long Pittsburgher and has been cooking for over 30 years. About six years ago, she and her husband decided to buy a farm in Washington County.
The opening of her new location is a testament to her skill, passion for wellness, and the support provided to her by Duquesne University's Small Business Development Center (SBDC).
Daniel sought guidance from the Duquesne University Small Business Development Center (DU SBDC) early in his journey
The work the SBDC has done helping Paw & Order with Business analysis, long term planning, and critical connections will help them sustain and grow their business going into the future.
For some time, Carla has eyed a second location in the area, which will help promote the DQ brand and add more secure employment to the current / future staff as well as improve the local economy.
David was not sure how to acquire Marbull's. He worked with his SBDC consultant to write a business plan and obtain funding needed to buy the business.
We had to be able to show the banks that we are financially strong to take on this expansion which is a million-dollar project.
The Small Business Development Center came in to help BAPS through organizing the startup process, expanding the market and in the process, helping to raise investor capital.
It is human nature to share a meal with the ones we love. Keeping to this tradition, our company offers a service that will never go out of style and brings the family spirit to the dinner table.