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SBDC hosts workshop for women

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - Export and microcredit were the focus of today's Bank of Guam Women in Business Conference. Experts from both the public and private sectors presented on the challenges and opportunities associated with exporting from Guam. 

Pacific Islands Small Business Development Center network director Casey Jeszenka told KUAM News, "The main purpose is exporting and exporting is needed to help build our economy. It brings dollars where when we import all of our dollars are going out so one of the focus, and one of the strategic goals of the Guam Small business development center is to promote exporting."

If you couldn't make it today's conference, you can find out more information by visiting the SBDC office at the University of Guam's School of Business and Public Administration building in Mangilao or by logging onto PacificSBDC.com.

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