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This free 14-week program helps small businesses grow

The New Castle County Chamber of Commerce's Emerging Enterprise Center is offering a free info session on the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program on Sept. 2.

Free resources for your small biz. (Photo by Pexels user Tim Samuel, used under a Creative Commons license)

You’ve probably heard of Goldman Sachs‘ small business development program called 10,000 Small Businesses (10KSB). If you’ve been thinking about getting involved yourself, now’s your opportunity.

The global financial services company’s program is designed to help entrepreneurs create a five-year growth plan for their business, improve leadership skills and expand their professional network. That network includes more than 660 Philadelphia-region business owners and over 10,000 small businesses across the country. (Yes, it’s in the name.)

The free 14-week program is delivered via partners in all 50 states, including the New Castle County Chamber of Commerce’s Emerging Enterprise Center (EEC).

To help biz owners decide whether applying for 10KSB is right for them, the EEC will be holding a virtual information session at 11 a.m. on Sept. 2, where owners will learn about the program, the application process and how to submit the application by the Sept. 30 deadline.

Register here

https://www.instagram.com/p/CSrHHUinY7O/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

Companies: New Castle County Chamber of Commerce

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