No one can deny it is an incredible success to get a burgeoning business off the ground. But what is to be done when two to three years in, that small business begins to stagnate…or even worse, is faced with a disaster?
How can a business grow and innovate well enough to weather unpredicted future storms? Pat Nye is executive director of two programs at the Small Business Development Center which are designed to give entrepreneurs the tools they need to take their business to the next level or to gain resources to help during this time of distress.
Tune in as Pat discusses the efforts of the L.A. Small Business Development Center and the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program. Learn about the biggest needs small business, how programs like his are supporting others during the pandemic, and what the major pitfalls are that separate a successful business from a struggling one.
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