Louisiana SBDC releases 2017-2018 report of economic impact

The Louisiana Small Business Development Centers’ annual report highlights the significant progress the statewide network made in fiscal year 2018. In this annual report, great partnerships, outstanding productivity, and state pride will stand strong throughout. The purpose of the report is to provide an overview of how the LSBDC stimulates the Louisiana economy through small business and entrepreneurship.

The report has several layers to it: the State Office report highlights total impact and some of its best stories brought to one publication, and each respective service center has a report highlighting their efforts within the 64 parishes of Louisiana.

See the following links to read more:

LSBDC State Office: http://bit.ly/LSBDC20172018AnnualReport

LSBDC Greater New Orleans and Bayou Region: http://bit.ly/LSBDCGNOBR20172018AnnualReport

LSBDC at McNeese State University: http://bit.ly/LSBDCMSU20172018AnnualReport

LSBDC Northwest & Central Region: http://bit.ly/LSBDCNWCR20172018AnnualReport

LSBDC at Southeastern Louisiana University: http://bit.ly/LSBDCSLU20172018AnnualReport

LSBDC at Southern University & A&M College: http://bit.ly/LSBDCSUBR20172018AnnualReport

LSBDC at University of Louisiana Lafayette: http://bit.ly/LSBDCULL20172018AnnualReport

LSBDC at University of Louisiana Monroe: http://bit.ly/LSBDCULM20172018AnnualReport

Enjoy,

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