2 Centers to Help Entrepreneurs in Eastern Washington
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The state Department of Commerce has opened two new centers to help entrepreneurs in eastern Washington.
The public-private economic-development program called "Startup 365" is hoping to help individuals start businesses in rural communities. The new centers are in Asotin and Whitman counties.
Entrepreneurs can go to the centers to collaborate with each other and learn from experts, including teachers from nearby colleges and universities.