Valley Community SBDCServing Fresno, Madera, Tulare, Kings counties
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"The assistance of the SBDC was very timely. With the guidance of Cy Cerro we were able to apply for both the PPP and EIDL. These funds were very important as we faced the prolonged shut down during the COVID lockdown. Having the ability to receive the EIDL allowed us to paydown and maintain current accounts payable. The results were that we were able to successfully maintain our 127-year-old business and actually increased sales by approximately $21,500. The SBDC resources were instrumental in our success. Donna Dotson- Owner
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Malibu Fashions and Posh II

Malibu Fashions and Posh II

“Where elegance and style come together”

Our store was started in 1895 under the name NORMARTS in downtown Fresno.  We are proudly the second oldest retail store in Fresno. Our goal remains to provide elegant clothing to local women.  Our Products are sourced from all over the world and we proudly “buy” American whenever possible. Our motto is “Where elegance and style come together” our objective remains to offer quality product at a fair price with EXCELLENT  customer service.

We remain part of the historical fabric of Fresno offering unique products and services. One of our distinguishing characteristics is that we can custom manufacture dresses and outfits and any color. We are committed to the welfare of our community as we help more than 70 charities each year!


SBDC Assistance

  • Business Financing

  • Business Management

  • Cash Flow Management

Economic Impact

  • $21,900 in funding

  • $21,050 increase in sales

  • 1 job created

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