b'Year in ReviewCraft Coffee HouseSBDC Clients and NCCC Alum Katie and Nick Graves were honored as the Small Business Association Buffalo District Veteran-Owned Small Business of the Year for 2019.Katie and Nick drew upon their experience as entrepreneurs in Small Business Development Center the community serving as keynote The Niagara County Community College Small Businessspeakers at the annual Leadership Development Center (SBDC) has helped small business ownersLuncheon held at the Niagara Falls achieve their dreams since 1984. SBDC accomplishes thisCulinary Institute in March of 2020.at no cost to our clients through one-on-one, confidential counseling, training presentations, and research services.In the past year the NCCC SBDC counselors: Served 730 clients (352 of which were new to our center) Provided over 3,800 hours of assistance to our clients Invested over 1,100 hours connecting at community events, meeting local resource partners, serving on boards and committees, and supporting our host institutions Facilitated 32 training events with over 800 attendees Craft Coffee House Owners Katie and Nick Graves speak at Annual Leadership Luncheon Aided total investment of $10,350,000 in business development in our local economy Those investments led to job creation/retention of over Contact the SBDC219 new and saved jobs Phone: 716-210-2515 Since March, the SBDC has assisted nearly 300 businesses Email: sbdc@niagaracc.suny.eduto obtain over $5,000,000 in disaster grants and loans, allHours: Mon-Fri, 8:00am4:00pmwhile working remotely. niagaracc.suny.edu/sbdc20 NIAGARA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE'