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Thu May 17, 2012
White House hosts forum for urban entrepreneurs in Detroit
Small business owners and hopeful entrepreneurs are in Detroit today to get advice on starting or improving a business.
The Urban Economic Forum, held by The White House Administration, hopes to help entrepreneurs in Detroit connect to resources and network with other business leaders.
The White House Administration said it is committed to supporting the Detroit area’s small businesses.
CBS Detroit reports:
Among the topics of discussion were the resources available to minority and urban entrepreneurs who are trying to access capital for their businesses. Mentors were also available to provide advice to business owners.
In a press, release the White House Administration wrote that other Urban Economic Forums will be held in Chicago, Illinois, and Columbus, Ohio.