Time is running out for rural entrepreneurs to pitch their business ideas in the 2017 Farm Bureau Rural Entrepreneurship Challenge. You have until the end of the month to submit food or agriculture business ideas for consideration in the challenge. Businesses are competing for $145,000 in startup funds.
“We’ve got some great applications already and we’re hoping to see even more,” said Lisa Benson, AFBF’s director of rural development, in Tuesday’s Newsline. “The application is basically a business plan so it’s a great first step in making those business dreams you have a reality,” she said.
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Farm Bureau Accepting Rural Entrepreneurship Challenge Applications Through June 30, 2016
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