This seems like a great program for Michigan Veterans!
DETROIT — The Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center and Eastern Michigan University said Monday they will offer a free New Venture program to veteran entrepreneurs starting Saturday, Oct. 13 at the EMU Livonia campus.
The New Venture class normally costs $700 per participant, but costs are being covered for veterans through a federal stimulus grant to Michigan State University.
Working in conjunction with VetBizCentral, the New Venture program will be aimed at aspiring and early stage entrepreneurs through the 10-week business development class featuring the nationally acclaimed New Venture curriculum. This program helps entrepreneurs evaluate business opportunities and develop an action plan for owning their own business.
“Our veterans have earned our gratitude for serving our country,” said Richard King, Regional Director of the Southeast Michigan Region of the MI-SBTDC. “We support the efforts of those veterans that want to leverage their military service and other experiences to…
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