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Idaho SBDC Announces Steven Miller as SW Regional Director

Steve MillerThe Idaho Small Business Development Center (SBDC) announced last week that Steven Miller will hold the position of Southwest Regional Director at the SBDC.

As a seasoned professional working for Fortune 100 companies, including HP, Miller has been recognized for his strategy and marketing expertise, which has contributed to the successful development of numerous businesses as a business consultant for the Idaho SBDC as well as the lead consultant for the Boise Business Accelerator.

In his new role, Miller will oversee the delivery of consulting and training services for Southwest Idaho including the management and supervision of the Business Accelerators located in Boise and Nampa. He will continue to build awareness with key referral partners, manage and mentor a team of professional business consultants, connect with local stakeholders and develop and maintain contact with economic development leaders to assure that all small business needs are met in the region.

“With Steven’s extensive background, knowledge and experience in the business community throughout Southwest Idaho, I am extremely pleased to have him in this role,” stated Doug Covey, State Director. “Steven will continue to make an impact for the SBDC as well as the clients throughout the region and in the Business Accelerators.”

Since 1986, the Idaho Small Business Development Center has been empowering business owners and entrepreneurs to grow their businesses through no-cost, confidential consulting and affordable business training. With six locations throughout the state, the Idaho SBDC serves 44 counties and is part of the nation’s largest business assistance programs. The state office and the Southwest Regional office are housed in the Micron Business and Economics Building at Boise State University. To learn more visit call (208) 426-3875.

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