In the bustling heart of 1990s Mexico, the tantalizing aromas of traditional foods wafted from their father’s skilled ‘taquero’ hands. Nearby, their grandmother managed a beloved restaurant. These family ventures provided the young Tzanahua brothers, Anthony and Rikelmer (fondly known as Rike), with their earliest culinary inspirations.
Rike and Anthony Tzanahua turned to the SBDC…
Juliana Bolivar, Director of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Troy University, has been selected as Alabama’s 2023 “State Star,” the highest recognition for individual achievement, acknowledging exemplary performance that has a significant and positive impact on advancing small business efforts.
Each year, America’s Small Business Development Centers celebrate the nationwide network’s State Stars….
Small Business Development Center at Troy University Director Juliana Bolivar has been selected as a recipient of the America’s SBDC 40 Under 40 award, which spotlight the extraordinary contributions of individuals under 40 in the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network who have significantly impacted their local networks and the broader business landscape.
The Rural Food Venture Program, a transformative initiative among the Small Business Development Center at TROY, the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, and the Sorrell College of Business, has nurtured aspiring food entrepreneurs and ignited economic growth in communities across the Wiregrass.
The program ran in two phases – one focused on existing restaurants and food…