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If you catch us wearing all white after Labor Day, it's not a fashion faux pas, we're just channeling classic 90s boyband aesthetic.
We hope everyone had a nice long weekend! We have some fun events around the region this week, including one where you can support fellow small businesses. Plus, we've featured a story that explains how to be at peace with a topic that's on everybody's mind: uncertainty.
Advisors Available for In-Person & Virtual Sessions
All the CEO Ladies is a group that supports the entrepreneurial women of Kent State.
Our meetings this semester will be framed around the book It's About Damn Time by Arlan Hamilton. While you don't need to read the book to participate, we are offering free copies to those who are interested.
Sign up now to receive your FREE copy of the book before our first meeting!
First Meeting: Wednesday, September 15, 5:30pm - 7pm
You’re invited to (virtually) meet the 12th Cleveland-based cohort of JumpStart's Small Business Impact Program at their culminating showcase.
This event will be an online demo-day-style competition where program participants will use their new knowledge and skills to present their pitch to a panel of judges for a chance to take home up to $10,000 to grow their business.
Join us to support these local entrepreneurs and find out who will take home the top prize!
Erie Hack is a multi-month innovation challenge that brings together techies, creative thinkers, and entrepreneurs from the U.S. and Canada to develop technology solutions for Lake Erie challenges, such as water quality, infrastructure, and social awareness.
Info Session: Thursday, September 9, 7pm Kick-Off: Thursday, September 16, 12pm - 1pm
Learn how to identify which certifications are available that can help you to compete for opportunities in the government procurement marketplace. Hear from the Experts as they discuss certification program benefits for small businesses.
NEOSVF's Kent State chapter needs a Student Manager for the fall semester! NEOSVF provides students with the opportunity to understand ventures from a new perspective: as the investor.
The Student Manager will lead team efforts in selecting a local startup to review, thoroughly analyzing the startup as a possible investment, and presenting team findings to the board of directors. Student Managers will be expected to commit 2-5 hours per week.
If you're interested in the Student Manager role or would like to participate as a Student Analyst, please email email@example.com.
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