New business development program a hit

Those looking to start a new business in Door County are setting a record for a program that offers A-Z business planning.  The Door County Economic Development Corporation's Entrepreneur Development Program is marking its' 19th year of operations with 22 students.  That's the most it has ever hosted.  Tom Strong, DCEDC Business Development Specialist, says after eight-sessions students can show their business savvy to the right people.



The students are then encouraged to submit their completed business plans to the DCEDC Business Plan contest.  The winner receives a $1,000 grant to aid the creation of their new venture.

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