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Episode 20: Summer Resource Series – Education

In the second of our Summer Resource Series podcasts, we’re focusing on education. In this session, you’ll hear from Mark Pond of the Spokane Public Library and Dr. Michael Ebinger with the WSU Center for Innovation. These two valuable resources have loads of information at their fingertips to help get a business going or to expand an existing business.

At the Spokane Public Library, Mark Pond focuses on assisting entrepreneurs in knowing their market. He has a number of tools that allow for in-depth market research. With ten years in this role, Mark is adept at dialing in the data.

Dr. Michael Ebinger works with entrepreneurs and small business owners through the WSU Center for Innovation. While the Center focuses on emerging health and medical sciences, Michael has a wealth of knowledge and experience in assisting various types of businesses evaluate potential success through feasibility studies.

Take a listen and meet two great educational resources in the Spokane entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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