About us - The Florida SBDC at Seminole State College of Florida is a partnership program with U.S. Small Business Administration. As a sub-center of the Florida SBDC at University of Central Florida, the Florida SBDC at Seminole State has been actively serving the entrepreneurs of Seminole County since 1993. The Florida SBDC at Seminole State College acts as the lead support agency for the Center for Business Development.
Meet with one of our consultants in a confidential setting to discuss your current business issues:
Meet our staff:
Amy Kirkland, CGBP – Amy received her Bachelor's Degree from the University of Tampa, double majoring in Business Administration and Psychology. As the owner of two Seminole county small businesses over the past 20 years, she brings a wealth of hands on experience to the Florida SBDC at Seminole State College. Her areas of expertise include: Business Plan Development, Marketing, and International Trade.
Moses Ayiku, Consultant – Moses has over 25 years of experience as a finance professional, adjunct and a management consultant. He successfully ran his own consulting firm and has set up various business entities over the years. In addition to his years of professional experience, Moses holds an M.B.A. from Rutgers University and an M. Phil. in Economics from the University of Ghana, Legon.
Renee D. Templeton, Bookkeeper and Administrative Assistant – Renee Templeton supports the Florida SBDC at Seminole State College as its administrative assistant and bookkeeper, assisting clients with hands-on sessions in how to operate bookkeeping software under the direction of a certified business consultant.
© 2017 - State Designated as Florida's Principal Provider of Business Assistance [§ 288.001, Fla. Stat.] A statewide service network funded in part through cooperative agreements with the U.S. Small Business Administration, Defense Logistics Agency, State of Florida, and other private and public partners; hosted by the University of West Florida; and nationally accredited by the Association of SBDCs.