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The inaugural Delaware Entrepreneurial Summit last summer was such a success, the joint effort of the Emerging Enterprise Center and the Small Business Development Center is returning to the DuPont Country Club on April 10.
The day-long event includes three sessions – Pitching Your Product, Strategic Selling and Connecting and Collaborating. Attendees will choose either a science/tech track or a traditional entrepreneurship track.
There’s also a tabletop expo, a luncheon, a ceremony naming the Entrepreneurial Advocate of the Year Award and David J. Freschman Award for Entrepreneur of the Year and a happy hour.
Tickets are $95 ($80 for New Castle County Chamber of Commerce members), but students with a valid university email address can register for $40.
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