Sarah Truglio received the Washington Small Business Development Center’s top honor which is given to a business advisor who exemplifies the highest standards of professional behavior.
More than a dozen local restaurants have participated in the program, with most of them donating additional meals beyond what the Community Action Center was purchasing.
The project pairs teams of business students with small companies to provide 13 weeks of confidential, no‑cost consulting.
The market will take place Wednesdays from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. until Oct. 14. Farmers markets are considered essential businesses according to the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order issued by Gov. Jay Inslee.
Last year, the program produced more than 65,000 pounds of fresh food for food banks thanks to the work of nearly 5,000 volunteers.
Recognition as Clinton Fellows came after Nam Nguyen and Aaron Ramadan submitted a lengthy business proposal outlining their plan for a handheld device that guides students through a session of meditation in response to mental health stresses.
A new era of cooperation between WSU and Pullman began Tuesday with a formal agreement to work toward a vibrant and welcoming downtown.
As his business grew, David Ruelas needed help and WSU’s Small Business Development Center was there for him.
Members of the news media are invited to attend the official signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Washington State University, the City of Pullman, the Pullman Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Pullman Association.
The Washington Small Business Development Center (SBDC) encourages you to shop local not only on the first Saturday after Thanksgiving—Small Business Saturday—but whenever possible.