Volume 9 Issue 3
Finding big business success in a small community
Photos: (Above left) Will Osborn, Laura's. (Above right) The Reluctant Fisherman. Cordova is a small, remote town that presents unique business challenges and opportunities. Most Cordova business owners experience many of the same issues -- a relatively small customer base and limited access to supplies. But with the help of a local banker who knows which financial tools can help their business grow, many business owners are flourishing in this coastal community. Here are just two examples.
Local banking solutions for Alaska business There are many facets to owning and maintaining a successful business. One aspect that can't be overlooked is employing the right banking tools. But as a business owner, how do you know which tools best suit your business? Your local, knowledgeable banker can help you decide.
Cully Wooden: Loan Officer, Cordova Branch As a 25-year resident of Cordova, Cully Wooden knows the unique challenges and opportunities local businesses face. That's because she knows her neighbors. And in a small community like this remote coastal town, everyone is your neighbor.
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