For six years IMPACT 307 has presented a challenge to potential entrepreneurs to compete with fellow like-minded potential entrepreneurs and earn a chance to make a dream come to fruition by participating in the Start-Up Challenge.
This year, IMPACT 307 is presenting that challenge for the sixth year. The organization looks for individuals who are interested in starting a new business or early-stage entrepreneurs wanting to grow. Through the Start-Up Challenges held in various cities around the state, IMPACT 307 provides a monetary incentive and the business support needed for contestants to act on their ideas, according to Sheridan IMPACT 307 Business Incubator Director Scot Rendall. S. Rendall
Finalists will be chosen by a panel of judges who have real-world small business experience and will then work with IMPACT 307 staff to develop their business in the area. Despite what the competition outcome would be, each potential entrepreneur will have gained valuable knowledge needed to get their business off the ground and improve their local economy.
The application period opened on Aug. 15. According to Statewide Marketing Coordinator Jessica Madden, the application period ends on Sept. 19. J. Madden
To apply for the IMPACT 307 Start-Up Challenge find an application here.