SBA funding will back nonprofit group's new accelerator program for high-growth companies.
Would-be enterepreneurs will pitch their ideas Sunday to a panel at the Rialto.
Young whippersnappers aren’t the only clients of SCORE mentors as more than 17 percent of the population in Pima County is 65 or older, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 30 percent of the firms in Pima County are owned by women.
Startup Tucson and H2H Venture Philanthropy have announced the 10 teams chosen to participate in the inaugural class of Thryve, an intensive business incubator focused on developing high-impact social ventures.
Startup Tucson is launching a new incubator program to support local entrepreneurs focusing on social impact.
Five successful local small business owners will share their insights with aspiring entrepreneurs on Wednesday, Jan. 8, at a free event sponsored by Pima Community College Workforce and Business Development.
The University of Arizona’s McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship and a local company that makes mobile surveillance systems were honored at the 2013 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Awards Thursday night in Phoenix.
Selling your startup company to investors is a lot like dating, says Sean Conway, a University of Arizona alumnus who founded the class-notes sharing website Notehall and sold it in a deal worth $9.5 million in 2011.
Crowd Audio, a music-production website founded by University of Arizona alumni, has launched a crowd-funding campaign on Indiegogo.
This weekend, some 40 creative minds will get together in downtown Tucson to take innovative business ideas and push them along as far as possible in 54 hours to see if they’re viable.
The third annual Startup Weekend Tucson, part of a nationwide series of events in which entrepreneurs hone their startup business ideas and pitches to investors, is set for Sept. 20-22 at Gangplank Tucson, 100 N. Stone Ave.
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Entrepreneurship competition seeking second round of applications.
Most SCORE clients have a good idea of the kind of business they want to start - a restaurant or specialty retail store, for example.