2012 Economic Impact Highlights

As a direct result of SBTDC counseling assistance in *FY 2012:

• 222 new jobs were created
• 242 jobs were saved
• 25 new businesses were started
• Capital formation was $9.6 million
• Incremental gross receipts were $23.8 million
*October 1, 2011-September 30, 2012

 

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