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Ohio Small Business Development Center appoints new director

Ohio SBDC at Terra State Community College Appoints New Director) and Miranda Hoffman

Ohio Small Business Development Center appoints new director

Miranda Hoffman has joined the Ohio Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) at Terra State Community College as its director to provide an array of technical assistance to small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs in Erie, Ottawa, Sandusky and Seneca Counties.

“I am excited to join as Director of the Ohio SBDC at Terra State and look forward to further developing their already extensive service offering that promotes business growth, sustainability and enhances the creation of new businesses and jobs,” Hoffman said. “I am fortunate to be joining such a respected and long-standing program that prides itself on top-quality service.”

William Taylor, vice president for academic affairs said, “Hoffman’s wealth of experience and knowledge has already made her a great leader to the Ohio SBDC. We view her appointment as a sign of our commitment to fostering local economic development by being the leading small business resource in our community. Increasing demand from our clients to help them start, grow and sustain their businesses, local business trends and individual business requirements led us to look for a leader who will fit in with our innovation and exceptional service. It is very fortunate that we were able to find someone of Hoffman’s caliber to fulfill this role. I am confident that Hoffman will play a key role in providing and implementing high quality business solutions for our clients.”

Entrepreneurs and community members looking for business assistance can reach out to Hoffman at 419-559-2210 or [email protected].

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Second-year confirmation students Dean Coppeler, Lee Higgins and Jackie Libben and first-year confirmation student Lilly Hatt collected non-perishable canned goods, pasta and other pantry items for the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry in Port Clinton.