Month: October 2017

KinoSol SBC, Ames

Four students at Iowa State University came up with an idea that they knew could not be put to waste. Clay Mooney, Mikayla Sullivan, Elise Kendall, and Ella Gehrke decided to create a solar-powered food dehydrator to fight hunger and food waste in foreign countries in September of 2014. They got involved in a competition …

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Cybersecurity, Part II

Last time, we looked at some reasons to start thinking about cybersecurity for your business. You may have found yourself asking, “Ok, how can I protect myself?” Below is a high-level overview of three fundamental aspects of cybersecurity, as well as some resources for further study. This technology doesn’t take a genius to understand, just …

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Cybersecurity, Part I

Why should a small business need to worry about cybersecurity? Sure, there are hackers and data thieves out there, but they only go after big corporations, right? Some of the numbers regarding the threat to small businesses may surprise you. While you shouldn’t let these statistics paralyze you, or shy away from the competitive advantage …

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Iowa City Entrepreneurs are SBDC Award Winners

Contacts: Tricia Janes, Iowa SBDC, (515) 294-5595, triciaj@iastate.edu Paul Heath, University of Iowa SBDC, (319) 335-3742, heath@uiowa.edu Iowa City, Iowa– The Iowa Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is pleased to announce that David Schwindt, owner of L8NT, Iowa City, is the winner of the SBDC’s Business of the Month Award. Paul Heath, regional director of …

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