SBDC Workshops
Winter 2024

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Free, confidential, one-on-one business advising

Don’t forget the core service the Oregon Coast CommunityAdvising Image College Small Business Development Center has delivered for more than three decades throughout Lincoln County: No-cost business advising, available to anyone, from longtime owners of established businesses to folks just considering starting their very first new business — and everyone in-between. Register here!

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Meet your SBDC team

Greg Price

Greg Price


Administration, Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

Portland State University (PSU) Graduate School of Business MBA, International Business Management Portland State University, B.S. Environmental Science and Policy Portland State University, Associates of Science


Phone: 541-994-4166


Talaina King

Talaina King

SBDC/NCC Coordinator

Community Education, North Center, Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

Seattle Pacific University, Bachelor of Arts, Communication and Sociology


Phone: 541-996-6222 ext. 201


Kelliane Parker

Kelliane Parker

SBDC Advisor/SBM Coordinator

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

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Vice President of Student Affairs Andres Oroz
541-867-8511 or
Human Resources Manager Joy Gutknecht

Questions can also be mailed to their attention at: 400 SE College Way, Newport, OR  97366.