Bret Carpenter has been running our Flag Tech Talk lecture series since its inception and is one of our primary lecturers. He is a Business Analyst at the Coconino Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and spends most of his days helping small business succeed in our community. As part of his job, he is tasked to provide business counseling to anyone who is having trouble with their existing business or those that are considering starting up a new one. He is a true supporter of local business!
The Coconino Small Business Development Center provides advising, training, online courses and resources for businesses throughout the Northern Arizona. The SBDC centers assist business people like you in every aspect of business development and management. As part of a statewide network of centers, Bret is a key element in delivering services to anyone who operates a business or is planning to start a business. He works with businesses in every industry and at every stage of growth from start-ups to well-established companies. The SBDC is Arizona’s largest and most accessible statewide source of assistance for small businesses since 1988.
Bret also is very involved in our community. He is on the Board of Willow Bend Environmental Environmental Education Center which provides educational outreach to build environmental awareness. He also works with the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association. He enjoys helping students learn new technology and has helped with the Flagstaff CocoNuts Robotics team from Coconino High School. From programs like STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) to being a mentor at NACET (Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship), Bret can be found educating the public to learn more about how to make schools better, business better, and technology more understandable.
Bret Carpenter, Business Analyst at Coconino Small Business Development Center
Phone: 928-213-9234 x7232
Business Address: NACET, 2225 N. Gemini Drive, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
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