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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Women and Minority Entrepreneurs in Buffalo Aided By Allstate Grant

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Women and minority entrepreneurs in Buffalo, New York, will soon get a big boost to their business through a program called the Allstate Minority and Women Emerging Entrepreneurs program (MWEE). This new program is funded by a $75,000 grant from Allstate Foundation.

The program is offered at the University at Buffalo School of Management’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL). Women and minority business owners are encouraged to apply for the program which includes many services that will help small businesses in the area grow and thrive. The program will include help with developing business plans, finding business resources and reconnecting with other business owners.

The purpose of the program is to teach small business owners how to become successful. The program is focused on minority and women business owners who face significant challenges in starting their own businesses. The program is designed to teach valuable skills that will strengthen small businesses in Western New York.

The Allstate Foundation is the charitable arm of Allstate Insurance Corporation. It supports non-profit organizations who focus on building safe communities and fostering economic development.

For more information, visit  mgt.buffalo.edu/entrepreneurship/mwee
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