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UW-Superior Small Business Development Center director receives award

Andy Donahue, left, Small Business Development Center director at UW-Superior, is presented the SBA’s 2020 Wisconsin Small Business Development Center Excellence and Innovation Center Award by Eric Ness, Wisconsin district director for the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Andy Donahue received the SBA’s 2020 Wisconsin Small Business Development Center Excellence and Innovation Center Award

Andy Donahue, Small Business Development Center director at the University of Wisconsin-Superior received the SBA’s 2020 Wisconsin Small Business Development Center Excellence and Innovation Center Award. The award was presented by Eric Ness, Wisconsin district director for the U.S. Small Business Administration.

“It is an honor to be recognized amongst our peers and to receive the SBDC Excellence and Innovation Center Award,” said Donahue. “Supporting and celebrating our regional entrepreneurs is truly rewarding and we continue to see the economic impact that they bring to their communities. Even more in today’s environment, it shows the resiliency and

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UW-Superior Small Business Development Center Wins Statewide Award

It honors how hard the center has worked to help businesses through the pandemic and the associate state director says businesses that are struggling can look to the small business development center for free resources to get help.

SUPERIOR, Wis. – The Small Business Development Center at UW-Superior was given a statewide award for excellence and innovation on Monday.

The award was presented to the center’s director Andy Donahue.

It honors how hard the center has worked to help businesses through the pandemic and the associate state director says businesses that are struggling can look to the small business development center for free resources to get help.

“It’s so important to recognize that hard work, the achievement, the dedication, the tenacity, and really the innovative ways that companies are finding ways to stay in business. It’s a trying time right now and there are companies that are doing it and

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