12/9/2008 -SBDC Unveils New Website

With the assistance of Media Central and KBS Computers, the North Country SBDC is pleased to announce the unveiling of their new website design.  This site can be found at: www.northcountrysbdc.org; www.northcountrysbdc.org & at www.bizessentials.org

Creating a new website for the North Country SBDC has proven to be an exciting venture for both the North Country SBDC as well as Media Central, who designed the site with editing capabilities to allow the SBDC more latitude to keep their site updated with news and events. "Creating dynamic content  the end user can manage is a booming development" commented Media Central Co-Owner Bruce Carlin. Media Central began creating websites in 1996 and according to Mr. Carlin, web development is growing as part of the companies diversified divisions. "Every company needs a website and most companies need a better one" Mr. Carlin stated, adding, "Businesses need to be able to manage their site's content. Fresh news and timely events and information will keep browsers coming back, and that is what we specialize in."

Media Central is a client of North Country SBDC and has enjoyed a long relationship with the organization.  Bruce Carlin is also an active member of the SUNY Plattsburgh Business Advisory Committee and has been a strong partner in advocating business development services in the North Country.




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