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04/30/2003 - Working Together for Small Business

In the Inland Northwest, Small Business Month, “Working Together for Small Business,” is so successful that this year’s activities occur from April 22 to June 12. In other areas of the United States, there is only Small Business Week. Spokane's success is due primarily to the hard work of Coralie Myers and the SBA staff at the Business Information Center (BIC) in downtown Spokane.

Participating organizations and events of “Working Together for Small Business” are in the Tri-cities, Moses Lake, Spokane, Post Falls, Coeur d’Alene, Lewiston, and Weippe, Idaho. Small business owners can select from over 100 events designed to 'innovate, educate and celebrate'. Events include classes, seminars, workshops, receptions and even a Launch Pad event. Some have a fee; others are free. New events are being added almost daily. For a full list of events, go to, http://www.smallbusinessspokane.org/May2003.htm#422.

One innovative idea being addressed during Small Business Month is to ask small business what their needs are, with a plan to follow through on the information. In order to identify small business needs, INTEC is conducting a survey on their Web site. To participate in the survey, go to: http://www.zoomerang.com/recipient/survey.zgi?ID=33XEDAFWL1J1&PIN=K09LHRTPE8KR&PANEL=

Thanks to Ira Amstadter, Leadership Spokane Class 2000, Leadership Spokane and Express Personnel Services are offering the Leadership Spokane Small Business Scholarship, which will be awarded to incoming member(s) of the Class of 2004. The scholarship is intended to encourage and enable small business owners, partners, and employees to apply for and be successful candidates for Leadership Spokane.

The SBA encourages organizations to contact the Spokane BIC by e-mail at bic@spokane.net to have their activities listed. “Successful small businesses not only serve as the backbone of the economy, they anchor communities,” says Patricia Jordan, SBA Spokane. “We all benefit from small business growth. By helping current small businesses succeed, we pave the way for the entrepreneurs and small business owners of tomorrow.”

Billie Moreland
 
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