Alexander Coon has been announced as the new Nebraska Organization Improvement Center (NBDC) center director for the South Panhandle area, primarily based in Scottsbluff at the University of Nebraska Panhandle Study & Extension Center. Coon’s part will involve delivering no-expense organization consulting solutions for compact organization owners and entrepreneurs in Scottsbluff, Banner, Kimball, Morrill, Cheyenne, Garden, and Deul counties who are looking for help with beginning, increasing, or transitioning their firms.
Coon’s position is element of NBDC’s Little Organization Improvement Center (SBDC) system, which gives a variety of confidential solutions at no expense, like organization strategy improvement, monetary projections, and industry investigation. Coon expressed his excitement about the chance to assistance enterprises in the region and highlighted the worth of NBDC’s practically 50-year history in delivering no-expense assistance to Nebraska’s entrepreneurs and organization owners.
The Little Organization Improvement Center system is just a single of the 5 NBDC applications that supply assistance to Nebraska entrepreneurs in numerous techniques. In 2022, NBDC consultants assisted more than two,000 organization owners in Nebraska, resulting in an financial effect of $343.eight million by way of job creation, organization investments, sales increases, and government contract awards. NBDC, primarily based at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, operates offices across the state to offer their solutions.
Coon, who hails from Western Nebraska, holds a Master of Organization Administration from Chadron State College. With a background in accounting and a robust track record of supporting neighborhood development, Coon is regarded as the best particular person to assistance entrepreneurs and organization owners in the Scottsbluff region. Tony Schultz, state director of NBDC’s SBDC system, expressed self-confidence in Coon’s capability to rapidly establish himself as the go-to resource for organization-connected inquiries in the region.
Organization owners and entrepreneurs interested in accessing NBDC’s solutions can locate far more facts at nbdc.unomaha.edu. Coon is offered for appointments and can be contacted at 308.218.8382 or email@example.com.