Client Spotlight: Kelly Grettler, Author (New Braunfels)

Client Spotlight: Kelly Grettler, Author (New Braunfels)

Kelly Grettler, Author: New Braunfels

Meet Kelly Grettler – Children Book Author.

Kelly Grettler, Author


Kelly Grettler has had a love of writing since she first won a candy bar in middle school for writing the best short story in her class. She has taken that love of writing and successfully published her first two children’s books, Underneath the Mimosa Tree and What’s a Season, SPRING  which she also illustrated. Her books can be found on and on her website: She has many more books coming soon including more in the series, What’s a Season.


What’s a Season? SPRING


Underneath the Mimosa Tree


Client Assistance:

Kelly worked with the UTSA Small Business Development Center and the New Braunfels area advisor Larry New. Together they worked on entity formation, sales tax, self-employment taxes, budgeting and general business management. While working with UTSA Small Business Development Center Kelly was able to start her business, employ 1 full time job, and increase her sales. We are proud to be a part of Kelly’s success!


Kelly writes, “Larry has been extremely helpful to me throughout this process! Explaining everything until I truly understand the process. He’s been a blessing in my journey!”

Find the UTSA Small Business Development Center at 940 W. San Antonio Street in New Braunfels and call Larry at 830-214-6435.

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The UTSA Small Business Development Center (SBDC) offers integrated services to new and experienced business owners in San Antonio, Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe and 8 other surrounding counties. We provide professional, confidential one-on-one business advising services at no charge.  The UTSA SBDC also offers no-cost/low-cost training workshops covering a variety of topics to help entrepreneurs grow.