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Adrian Wallace
Executive Director, Southwest Louisiana
Entrepreneurial and Economic Development (SEED)
Center Business Incubator

“Sasol has supported the development of entrepreneurship in Southwest Louisiana through its creation of the Small Business Resource Guide. There is an abundance of resources available in our area, and the guide provides their key contact information all in one place. By creating a one-stop resource for the Southwest Louisiana business community, we are increasing awareness of and connecting entrepreneurs with organizations that can offer vital support and guidance. I look forward to seeing our small business community grow and their relationships with our corporate citizens flourish.”

Adrian Wallace is the executive director of the Southwest Louisiana Entrepreneurial and Economic Development (SEED) Center Business Incubator. Adrian has worked on this project since its inception in 2004. Prior to this role, Adrian was a chief chemist at Sasol and a former small business owner.

Donna Little
Director, Louisiana Small Business Development Center McNeese State University

“During this period of economic growth and industrial development in Southwest Louisiana, local residents and small businesses have an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to capture the benefits and experience their own growth. Sasol has strongly supported small businesses in our region through its partnership with LSBDC on the Small Business Resource Guide and certification and development workshops. Individuals are able to hear from experts and gain a better understanding of starting and owning a small business.”

Donna Little is the director of the Louisiana Small Business Development Center at McNeese State University. She has more than 30 years of experience in business, including working with large and small corporations. Donna started her career with the center in 2003 and was promoted to her current position in 2006.




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