Fifth cohort of Staunton’s business growth programme announced

The fifth cohort of entrepreneurs who will participate in Startup Shenandoah Valley’s program has been selected.

Participants will network, develop their ideas and improve their business models. You will also get help from other local entrepreneurs.

The Shenandoah Community Capital Fund is funding the project, which promotes the development of a group of entrepreneurs to help them grow their businesses, whether they’re tech startups or traditional brick-and-mortar businesses.

You will be matched with a local mentor who can serve as a sounding board. According to Katie Overfield-Zook, entrepreneurship ecosystem builder at Shenandoah Community Capital Fund, mentors are a mix of coach, parent, therapist and expert.

“The entrepreneurs we sponsor add to the excitement and beauty of the Shenandoah Valley as a place to live. Whether they’re doing so by starting businesses that create high-paying jobs or by providing a service that the Valley needs, Overfield-Zook said.

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The program supports these business owners while promoting the development of the neighborhood’s economy and culture.

To learn more about the initiative and participants, visit the Shenandoah Community Capital Fund website.

According to a press release from the SCCF, the fifth cohort looks like this:

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