SMALL BUSINESS COACHING

The Small Business Development Center provides free business coaching in Tucker County through the Tucker County Development Authority. Tucker County's SBDC coach provides:

  • Coaching on business startup
  • Coaching on financial matters & developing loan packages
  • Coaching on management and personnel issues
  • Dissemination of business resources and assistance
  • Contact: Lindsey Teets – Small Business Development Center Business Coach for Tucker County  –  lindsey.m.teets@wv.gov

LOCAL SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

WOODLANDS COMMUNITY LENDERS 

Woodlands Community Lenders (WCL), an affiliate of Woodlands Development Group, is a non-profit business and community development funder. WCL makes low-interest loans to qualified businesses and communities in the Randolph, Tucker, and Barbour County areas.Download the brochure.

Along with financing, up-to-date technology and business and technical know-how are vital to business operations. WCL has partnered with local service providers to offer technical assistance programs to help improve the strength of our local businesses. WCL and its partners provide classes, seminars, and volunteer advisers to businesses seeking assistance. We utilize local service providers, educators, and professionals to help with developing business plans, understanding accounting and marketing, and other essential business functions.

Contact: Marti Neustadt  –  1404 N. Randolph Avenue, Elkins, WV 26241  –  304.636.6495 ext. 29  –info@wclwv.org 

FARM RESOURCES  FARMER HIRING GUIDE

TUCKER COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Tucker County Economic & Community Development Fund

Note: The TCF is still fundraising to establish this fund  check back in the near future for updates on the TED fund.

This fund will support activities related to job creation, job retention, and general improvements to the business climate of the county.

ARTISAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESOURCES 

Tamarack Artisan Foundation

The Tamarack Artisan Foundation is a collective of advocates that searches to expand and explore the economic benefits of an artisan community in West Virginia's in rural communities. The T.A.F. provides inspiring  artists with business training and support services to help create not only a sustainable business model, but also an avenue to promote the arts in the modern economy.