Community State Bank Teams Up with Wisconsin Small Business Development Center to Help Local Business Owners

Community State Bank (CSB) is pleased to announce that it has teamed up with the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center to help business owners and entrepreneurs in Southeast Wisconsin.

SBDC is a national organization promoted through the U.S. Small Business Administration. They provide tools and resources to entrepreneurs and small business owners in order to help or improve their business.

“It was brought to my attention that the SBDC – University of Wisconsin Parkside location was seeking additional space west of I-94,” said CSB Business Banker Becky McClelland. “The resources and assistance that they provide to small business owners is something that we’re very excited to make available to our business customers and community.”

SBDC will be on location at Community State Bank’s Union Grove office (1500 Main Street) by appointment only on Thursdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. beginning Thursday, December 6, 2018. SBDC Business Consultant Mary Fischer-Tracy will be the primary consultant available at the Union Grove location.

“I’m very excited for the opportunity to work closely with the Community State Bank team,” said Fischer-Tracy. “The opportunity to keep office hours and meet with clients inside of CSB will allow SBDC to provide small business assistance with startup and growth in western Racine county.”

SBDC will be available to CSB and non-CSB customers by appointment. To schedule an appointment or to learn more about SBDC, contact Becky McClelland or Mary Fischer-Tracy.

Contact Information

Mary Fischer-Tracy

Business Consultant

Small Business Development Center, 1500 Main Street, Union Grove, WI

(262) 864-2358

Email Mary

Becky McClelland

Business Banker

Community State Bank, 1500 Main Street, Union Grove, WI

(262) 864-2321

Email Becky

Listen to the Podcast

SBDC and Community State Bank recently created a podcast to introduce the different services that are being offered to the community.