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Small Business Development Center at UW-Green Bay announces Entrepreneurial Training Program in Sheboygan

Posted by on August 14, 2018 at 8:06 AM | 0 Comments

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Alignment with Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation helps provide a network of Sheboygan County business support services. 

Sheboygan, WI – Whether your business is growing or brand-new, writing a business plan is critical to building a profitable venture, especially to attract financing from lenders or investors. 

The Entrepreneurial Training Program (ETP) is eight efficient sessions to help you develop a plan for a thriving, profitable business. In this program, you will learn to identify customers, determine their needs and analyze that information into a feasible plan for starting or growing your business.

Once complete, SCEDC’s Business Development Department can work with ETP candidates to develop successful funding strategies to advance the business plan.

Sessions will begin September 12, 2018 and will be held at the Mead Public Library in Sheboygan. Total number of participants is limited so interested candidates are encouraged to apply for the grant now. More information and grant application are available at




For Additional Information, Contact:
Diane Welhouse, Program Manager
(920) 496-2114     


The Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) is a countywide private/public partnership, leading economic development efforts to improve the economic wellbeing and long-term prosperity of the businesses, residents and communities of Sheboygan County, through collaborative retention, expansion and attraction efforts for business and employment development. The SCEDC leverages a variety of tools available to encourage business growth and job creation. Key performance indicators tapped by SCEDC track and measure businesses assisted and resources leveraged. By applying many tools to assist businesses and communities and help them succeed, SCEDC achieves increased economic prosperity for Sheboygan County.