DED Unveils New Programs for Second-Stage Entrepreneurs

The Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED) is now accepting referrals from Entrepreneur Support Organizations (ESOs) for two new programs kicking off 2014–an Economic Gardening program launched in conjunction with the Edward Lowe Foundation and the National Center for Economic Gardening (NCEG), and the Ice House Entrepreneurship program. Read more…

 

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