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Local Leaders Launch Entrepreneurship Program for Crawford County Students - Crawford County Now

Local Leaders Launch Entrepreneurship Program for Crawford County Students – Crawford County Now

By Crawford County Staff Now September 21, 2022 3:14 p.m. CRAWFORD COUNTY—Crawford CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities) is a new county-wide program targeting high school students who are interested in business and entrepreneurship. The program is expected to begin serving students in fall 2023. An effort to increase community support and investment is currently underway. The …

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Economy 101: With demand outstripping supply, the local housing market has taken on new competitive characteristics – Chesterfield Observer

ASSETS COURTESY OF FREEPIK While other localities in the region had seen a drastic increase in year-over-year home closings in March — at least as a percentage — Chesterfield County’s volume of activity dominated central Virginia, according to Integra. Realty Resources in Richmond. In 2021, 2,037 homes were sold for the year ending March, and …

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Local woman to take part in 'TheBlox,' an entrepreneurial documentary series created by MTV star

Local woman to take part in ‘TheBlox,’ an entrepreneurial documentary series created by MTV star

FARGO — Kelsey Rasco knows full well that starting a new business is difficult. The owner of Dash & White, a home and decor store at 4600 32nd Ave. S., told the Forum that she had a guest who visited her at 3 a.m. every morning. “It’s called anxiety,” joked Rasco. But one morning, that …

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Suazo Business Center President and CEO Silvia Castro, left, and the center's founder, Gladys Gonzalez. Through their work with the Suazo Business Center, the two women have helped about 5,000 Utah small businesses.

These Latinas helped start 5,000 Utah small businesses, most of them minority-owned

Silvia Castro, president and CEO of the Suazo Business Center, left, and the center’s founder, Gladys Gonzalez. Through their work with the Suazo Business Center, the two women have helped approximately 5,000 small businesses in Utah. (Courtesy of Silvia Castro and Gladys Gonzalez) Estimated reading time: 8-9 minutes WEST VALLEY — The Suazo Business Center …

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