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2012 North Texas SBDC of the Year
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Best Southwest named 2012 North Texas SBDC of the Year
The 2013 Small Business Awards Winners
The U.S. Small Business Administration congratulates the following recipients:

SCORE Chapter of the Year
Jim Lewis, Chair
SCORE Chapter 120

SBDC of the Year
Russell Wyrick, Director
Best Southwest SBDC

Veteran Small Business Champion of the Year
Andrew Nguyen
Honor Courage Committment (HCC)

Women in Business Champion of the Year
Cathy W. Dougherty
Doughtery Sprague Environmental, Inc.

Financial Services Champion of the Year
James C. Kahler
First United Bank

Minority Small Business Champion of the Year
(Also Regional Winner)

Royalyn Reid
Consumer & Market Insights

Family-Owned Business of the Year
Bobbie & Robbie Shoults
Bear Creek Smokehouse

8(a) Graduate of the Year
Alvaro Nunez, Jr.
Benco Construction Services

Small Business Exporter of the Year
Dr. Kevi Le & Tom Le
Luraco Technologies, Inc.

Small Business Person of the Year
John R. Ahearn
Overhead Door Company

 



Economic Impact

The North Texas SBDC network is a cost-effective way to create jobs, grow the economy, enhance American competitiveness and fulfill the American dream.

North Texas Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) provide management and technical assistance to more than 10,000 (NTSBDC) small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs each year. Small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs can go to their local SBDCs for no fee face-to-face business consulting and low-cost training on writing business plans, accessing capital, marketing, regulatory compliance, international trade and more

New Jobs Created

Existing Jobs Retained

Increased Sales

Government Contracts

1,651

896

$42,564,785

$33,026,347

The North Texas SBDC Network uses creativity, skill and guidance when assisting clients in the development of financing packages, making the raising of capital necessary for growth much easier. In 2012-2013 we assisted 4,014 clients and had a total capital infusion of $96,452,022.

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