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Kent State Stark Students Win Entrepreneur Week CompetitionPosted Mar. 3, 2010
Six Kent State University at Stark students won first place in an Entrepreneur Week competition to promote “The Business of Arts in Stark County.” The students who participated are Lori Detchon, Perry Ciesielczyk, Chris Kline, Brittani Putt, Kaitlyn Boatright and Joseph Walker.
The first annual Entrepreneur Week was held Feb. 22-26 at The University Center at Kent State Stark. The Small Business Development Center sponsored the event-filled week which provided opportunities for entrepreneurs at all levels and was a collaboration between the Stark County Chambers of Commerce, the Stark Development Board (SDB) and the SDBC.
About the Small Business Development Center of Ohio:
The Small Business Development Center, Kent State University at Stark (SBDC) is a fully funded, non-profit organization that is devoted to helping small businesses grow and individuals to start new businesses through training programs and no-cost consultation sessions. Its responsibility is to provide every opportunity to support the creation of jobs in Stark County. The SBDC is hosted at Kent State University at Stark by The Corporate University.
The SBDC program is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). The SBDC program is also funded in part by the Ohio Department of Development. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.
For more information, visit www.cantonsbdc.org or call 330-244-3290.