Wednesday, March 24, 2010
Excerpt of story provided by Plain Dealer
Written by Marcia Pledger
Gov. Ted Strickland will announce a program Thursday to help 100 minority and urban-based businesses.
More than 200 entrepreneurs are expected at Corporate College East at 1 p.m. to hear about a pilot plan helping businesses that have the potential of $15 million or more in annual revenue in three to five years.
Strickland said Wednesday that data indicate minority entrepreneurs have more difficulty accessing what they need to be successful, including financing and access to resources...
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