Raleigh to begin business start-up support program

06/11/2014 6:34 PM

06/11/2014 6:35 PM

The city of Raleigh plans to begin a support program for entrepreneurial start-ups in the Capital City.

The program will focus on developing a partnership between the city and mutliple private organizaiton, according to a news release. The intent of the program is to support businesses centered on technology, social innovation, fashion, designers and makers.

This support program, which is still in the planning stage, may assist entrepreneurs through public and private matching grants; beta testing and prototyping programs; start-up challenge programs; crowdfunding; and entrepreneurial exchanges with other cities.

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