A Michigan Small Business and Technology Development Center program, called “business startup boot camp,” is being offered in Flint at Kettering University this fall.
The program aims to help budding entrepreneurs create and develop a business plan.
Normally $700, the program is offered at $140 per person thanks to Michigan State University’s Broadband Technology Opportunity Program grant.
The fee includes “training sessions, textbook, materials and access to FastTrac business tools in addition to ongoing counseling and assistance provided by MI-SBTDC,” according to a news release. The 7-week program begins Sept. 25, meeting for three hours once per week until Nov. 6. More information is available here.