The Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville is again partnering with the Missouri-based Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation on a program designed to support entrepreneurship. GAGE will offer scholarships for FastTrac New Venture courses for residents of the region interested in starting a business.

GAGE says the 10-week, 30-hour course takes place in the fall and is "designed specifically for aspiring entrepreneurs who have an idea for a business, but need a plan and framework in order to successfully launch." It can help entrepreneurs measure the feasibility of their concept before launch. GAGE will begin the courses at a date and time to be determined during the week of October 12th.

The $1,000 scholarships are funded through support of the Vectren Foundation and Fifth Third Bank. You can connect to more information about FastTrac by clicking here.

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