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SALT LAKE CITY — A business center in Salt Lake City helps budding minority entrepreneurs make their business dreams a reality; students graduated from the program earlier this week with business plan in hand, and most will be up and running within the next year.
Athina Panayibes is one of the students who graduated from the three-moth business course at Pete Suazo Business Center in Salt Lake City.
“It helps you a lot to grow and to actually know what you are doing, and what you are looking for, and what you need too, as well,” Panayibes said.
Nearly 40 students, including Panayibes, were honored this week for completing the course, which is approved by Utah Valley University and requires students to create a formal business plan—a plan that may help them find financial backing and open their own company.
The business plans put together by students…
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