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Four company founders lead a session on ‘I’ve started my company, now what?’

More ideas for people with new business ideas.

There's an entrepreneurial panel on Wednesday April 16 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the ShareSpace Spokane office on the third floor of Steam Plant.

It's free. It features Brandon Foote, founder and CEO of OnPoint Imaging; Laura Bracken, founder of Design Spike; Josh Neblett, co—founder of Green Cupboards, now renamed as etailz; and Steve Tabacek, co-founder of CXOWare.

The session is sponsored by the Center for Entrepreneurship at Spokane Community College, and Avista Corp.

To RSVP:  http://goo.gl/N6qmnV

 

 

 

 


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