CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Frank Goldsborough Jr. has joined the West Virginia Small Business Development Center as a new business coach in Morgantown, State Director Debra Martin announced.
“Frank is a seasoned business professional with first-hand skills in accounting, operations and customer service that will be valuable to West Virginia’s small businesses,” Martin said.
He will join WV SBDC Business Coaches Sharon Stratton and Todd Crump in serving the needs of a growing business sector in north central West Virginia.
Goldsborough received a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration in accounting from West Virginia University in Morgantown. For several years, he held financial and operational management posts in various divisions at the university. Goldsborough provided operational and financial management services to nonprofits and commercial offices in Morgantown.
Based in the Morgantown Area Partnership offices in downtown Morgantown, Goldsborough serves as part of the statewide network of WV SBDC business coaches. The coaches provide guidance in areas such as exporting, innovation, technology, economic development, finance, management, cybersecurity and marketing.
For more information on WV SBDC services and business coaches, visit www.wvsbdc.com.
FOR RELEASE: Feb. 12, 2020
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Frank Goldsborough Jr. has joined the West Virginia Small Business Development Center as a new business coach.