Firm Contributes to Entrepreneur Program for Vets

Firm Contributes to Entrepreneur Program for Vets
Rider University Kicks off 2016 Veterans Entrepreneurship Training Program
June 8, 2016
American Entrepreneurship Today

American Entrepreneurship Today profiles a unique training program for veterans for which Saul Ewing has proudly contributed funds and resources. The Veteran Entrepreneurship Training Program recently launched at Rider University and is designed for military veterans who are interested in launching their own businesses. It consists of two half-day workshops, followed by six weeks of classroom training. The classes -- which are limited to 20 people and cover topics such as market research, business plans, operations and financial management --  are run in two phases. In the first phase, participants will develop a business concept and, if approved, will move onto a second phase to create the plan. Following the completion of the class, participants will receive mentoring on their business ventures for up to one year. 
The firm joins fellow donors, Grand Bank, N.A., New Jersey Bankers Charitable Foundation and accounting firm Wilkin & Guttenplan, P.C., to help make this program possible. 

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