In This Installment of Access the Experts
Catherine Lang, State Director, Nebraska Business Development Center and Assistant Dean, University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Business Administration, answers the question:
In this installment of Access the Experts Lang answers: “The American economy has been hit hard by the pandemic, but small businesses on main street have been hit especially hard. What are some resources small business owners have available to them to navigate these challenging times?”
A highly engaged state and community leader with more than 30 years of hands-on experience in economic development, Lang is the State Director of the Nebraska Business Development Center, at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. She leads statewide outreach for the NBDC and works to build new collaborative efforts across all four campuses of the University of Nebraska system to support the university’s economic development mission for the state of Nebraska.
Prior to her role at the NBDC, she served the State of Nebraska for almost 33 years, including roles as the Director of Nebraska Department of Economic Development, the Commissioner of Labor, the Nebraska Property Tax Administrator, and the Deputy Tax Commissioner.
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