Will Miller

Will Miller named new deputy director of West Virginia Small Business Development Center

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Small Business Development Center recently announced Will Miller as the new Deputy Director.

Miller has spent the last three years as a business coach for the WVSBDC in the Charleston office. While in this position, he became a Certified Business Advisor through Kent State University. 

Miller holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and a Master of Business Administration in International Business from West Virginia University. He has worked in sales, marketing, and management for small businesses here in the Mountain State and in the DC Metro area. Prior to Miller’s time with the SBDC, he worked for the West Virginia State Division of Tourism. 

Miller is a native West Virginian and has a passion for travel and whitewater rafting in his free time.  

The WV SBDC, an accredited partner program with the U.S. Small Business Administration and a division of the West Virginia Department of Economic Development, helps small businesses at all stages of development by connecting owners to programs, resources and coaches.  WV SBDC business coaches have professional certifications ranging from exporting, innovation, technology and economic development, to finance, management, marketing and entrepreneurship.

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