Bryan L Greenwood

Bryan L. Greenwood, , director of the Louisiana Small Business Development Center Technology Center at the Louisiana Business & Technology Center, has worked with entrepreneurs and small business owners for more than 10 years. Greenwood primarily works in the areas of strategic and business planning, technology commercialization, business process analysis, and financial analysis and modeling. He also works with entrepreneurs in accessing capital by assisting them with the development of the information needed to obtain debt or equity capital financing and has assisted more than 200 entrepreneurs and small business owners statewide in a variety of industries and areas. In addition to providing business management consulting services, Greenwood has conducted training events in the areas of strategic planning, business planning, finance, marketing, and business operations. He has served on the LSU Stephenson Entrepreneur Institute faculty as an instructor, teaching MGMT 2000: Innovation and Creativity and MGMT 3111: Business Planning courses.

Greenwood earned both his MBA and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from LSU. Aside from his primary duties, he does an extensive amount of public speaking on behalf of the LSBDC Technology Center at LSU and the LBTC. Greenwood plays an active role in community endeavors, providing services and boosting awareness of what the LSBDC and LBTC can offer to entrepreneurs and prospective business incubator tenants. He recruits companies to participate in case-projects, even arranging and managing training events and seminars that promote small business growth and foster the creation of new jobs.

Previously, Greenwood was a commercial loan officer with three financial institutions where he focused on small and medium size businesses providing loan and treasury service products.

Greenwood is a certified FastTracâ„¢ Facilitator by Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and is a member of the National Business Incubation Association (NBIA), the Association of Small Business Development Centers, Risk Management Association (RMA), and Louisiana Industrial Development Executives Association (LIDEA).

Greenwood performs community outreach and public speaking activities, lectures in business classes, recruits companies to take part in classroom case-projects, organizes training events, and works with economic development groups to promote the startup, growth, and development of small businesses and the commercialization of new products, thereby creating jobs for Louisiana.