Larimer Small Business

Development Center


Consultant Contact Information

Consultant Contact Information

Debbi Allison970-218-5563obc@openbookpros.com 
Kay & Accounting
Curt Bear970-218-3186Curt@locothinktank.com, Business Planning
Mike Bennett970-481-8857mike.bennett@gopositive.biz, Business Consultant
Fred Financials, Business Development
Bob Financial Management
Tracey Devlin970-226-8600design@brandesigns.com Specialist
Terri Donovan-Keirns970-566-3117terri@larimersbdc.org 
Kim Fisher650-759-2940kim@visioncatalyst.org
Mike Forney  
Tom  Galey303-246-1441galeyoffice@comcast.net 
Mike Gugliotto425-890-3008mgugliotto@gmail.com Consultant
Andra Hargrave Government Certifications, Veteran
Kat Hart970-667-4106kat@lovelandbusiness.com Director
Tiffany Helton  Restaurant Consultant
Jim Kelly and Sales
Brandon, Digital Marketing
Lisa Leveillee 
Peggy Lyle
Libby Lyons  Health and Wellness
Craig McBreen970-295-4857craig@mcbreenmarketing.com Specialist
Jim McWilliams970-223-3454goodyr@prodigy.netNAFranchises, Buying / Selling
Andrew Meade408-592-2899andywmeade@gmail.com
Betina Meyer Pflug970-567-8483betina@wity.tech
Greg Moore970-999-2796avawingmktg@gmail.com Specialist
Tami  Human Resources
Samantha Navigator
Kathryn Plummer970-667-7071 
Lee, Media & Publishing
Jade Shebelski jade@mavenandmusemedia.com Media Specialist
Jennifer Spencer970-402-6683jenny1032@gmail.com Consultant
Lauren Storeby970-449-2763lauren@snackattackit.com & Apparel Industry
Franklin Taggart970-685-2741franklin@franklintaggart.com
Matthew West mjwest@poudrelibraries.org Research

Workshop Survey 4-2022

Thank you for taking the time to fill out this short survey. This information will be used to provide workshops, webinars and on demand classes that will help small businesses throughout Larimer County.

Survey for Consulting Processes

Survey for Consulting Processes -  Please reply by Wednesday, June 23rd

Dear LSBDC Consultants,
We’ve been consulting in a 100% virtual mode for about 14 months. As in-person interactions open up, we want to understand your preferences about returning to some amount of in-person consulting.
Our general belief at this time is that we’ll need to be flexible, and offer both in-person and virtual choices; we don’t envision staying at 100% virtual, nor going back to 100% in-person.
Your responses will help form how we approach our existing and potential new clients.
Please check the box that best reflects your preference:
Please use this space for additional comments.
Please check the box that best reflects your consulting effectiveness between virtual and in-person.
Please use this space for additional comments.
Our clients normally average over 4.0 consulting sessions per year. Last year, this dropped to 2.5 sessions. While some of this was due to one-time PPP loan / EIDL consults, we also want to make sure we’re adding value and giving clients solid reasons to regularly schedule appointments. What do you think we should do to improve the client / consultant relationship?
What do you feel are the 3 major strengths of our organization?
What do you feel are the 3 major weaknesses of our organization?
Thank you for your time to provide us your thoughts and observations! Your input is important!
Please send us your responses by Wednesday, June 23rd.
Regards, LSBDC team