So you have a great idea for a business but how do you go about it and make it a reality? This program is for you. It's the “Start Smart, Grow Smart” entrepreneurship program at the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana

Applications are now being accepted from entrepreneurs. If you want to turn your ideas into a real live viable business or if you are a new business owner looking to increase your business's chances of sustainability then sign up now.

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The program will help your business grow by teaching you the tools you need to start and grow a business.

According to a press release;

Selected startup founders will participate in a small cohort of entrepreneurs in a 6-week program that will take them through essential business planning for new business owners and those hoping to start a new enterprise.

 

Classes are on Thursdays from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM. The cohorts will alternate between the Hope and Texarkana campuses with the first one being held at Hempstead Hall on the UA Hope campus from October 6 through November 10, 2022.

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How will this work? The applicants will share their business concept or information about their early-stage existing business.  Students will pitch their business or startup ideas. Then there will be prizes awarded to the top three pitches.

Register or get more information at www.hempsteadhall.com/programs/industry-relations or contact Akili Moses Israel at (870) 722-8568 or akili.mosesisrael@uaht.edu.

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