“GVL STARTS” announces first cohort with 22 participants

GVL STARTS,” the new start-up program in Greenville, SC, has named its first class of aspiring entrepreneurs.

Launched by Furman University’s Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in partnership with the City of Greenville, Greenville Local Development Corporation, and the South Carolina Department of Commerce, the eight-week, two-nights-a-week .programt is designed to help local innovators move from idea to action by connecting them with a community of like-minded entrepreneurs and teaching them the skills they need to fund and grow their ventures.

The first cohort 0f 22 individuals is a diverse group, with an equal split of men and women and racial minorities. Click here to learn more.

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