PLATTSBURGH The New York State Small Business Development Center and the North Country Small Business Development Center, part of its statewide network of 23 regional business assistance centers, have received reaccreditation without condition for the next four years. The accreditation comes from the national Association of Small Business Development Centers, operating under U.S. congressional sanction. This is the fifth consecutive accreditation review where the New York State SBDC has displayed continuous growth and progress, meriting full accreditation without exception, a distinction only granted to an average 10-15 percent of state or regional SBDC programs. As part of the process, a review team from the associations Accreditation Committee came to Plattsburgh during a week-long New York state visit. While in Plattsburgh, they conducted on-site inspections and interviewed center personnel as well as campus officials, sponsors, and clients of the program. This is a reconfirmation of our commitment to deliver a quality professional service to North Country entrepreneurs, said Delena Dee Clark, regional director of the North Country SBDC at the State University of New York College at Plattsburgh. Services of the North Country SBDC include business plan development, cash flow projections, financial analysis, marketing, training, business start-up support, help buying and selling businesses, human resource development and more.