JumpStart Inc. has chosen nine entrepreneurs from six small businesses to take part in its Core City: Cleveland Impact Program, a 12-week business assistance program that JumpStart says is “designed to drive economic impact in the city of Cleveland.”
The entrepreneurs “will learn how to overcome obstacles to entrepreneurship through hands-on advising and industry-specific mentoring,” JumpStart said in a news release on Monday, Feb. 24. The program will end with a pitch competition on May 13 in which the entrepreneurs present their business plan to a panel of judges for a chance to win a top prize of $10,000. (Each remaining small business will receive $2,500.)
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Originally published February 24, 2020.