North Central Idaho SBDC At LC State Offers Help To Small Business Owners During Pandemic
Official News Release | Lewis-Clark State College
LEWISTON, Idaho – The North Central Idaho Small Business Development Center at Lewis-Clark State College remains busy helping Region 2 small business owners access federal resources during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and will be offering a webinar on May 1 on evaluating and improving website action.
Officials at the North Central Idaho SBDC have received training from the U.S. Small Business Administration so they can help Idaho Region 2 business owners with information and answer questions about federal disaster loans and other resources.
The May 1 webinar, entitled “30 Steps to Evaluate and Improve Your Website Action,” will be held at 9-11:30 a.m. There is a $25 fee and the instructor will be Barbara Leachman, director of the North Central Idaho SBDC. The webinar will show how to optimize a website for search engines and customers. Pre-registration is required. To pre-register, visit the website www.lcsc.edu/sbdc and click on the red box that says Workshop Schedule and then the blue Register button. Registration also is being accepted through email at ISDBC@lcsc.edu, or by phone at 208-792-2465 and leave a message.
Small business owners can request free consulting help online from the North Central Idaho SBDC. They can also get disaster updates and learn about resources available on the SBDC website.
To see a list of the various Idaho Free Disaster Capital and Federal SBA Loan Option webinars, visit https://idahosbdc.org/covid-19-business-resources/covid-19-trainings-and-webinars