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Episode 22: Summer Resource Series – SNAP Minority Business Program

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This podcast was the 4th and final in our Summer Resource Series, which featured support resources available to startups and entrepreneurs during their “summer break”. Episode 4 featured Camryn Flynn and Nichole Hansen from SNAP Financial Access and the Women’s Business Center discussing the many various financial, educational and coaching resources available to women, veteran, refugee and minority-owned startups. SNAP also provides entrepreneurial assistance and programming for traditional entrepreneurs, but the majority of their programming focuses on those key population groups. Take a listen to learn more about how SNAP can help you secure the funding and resources you may need to move your business idea forward.

 

 

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