PHOENIX (AP) - Arizona State University is launching a free summer program offering mentorship and business training for inventors and entrepreneurs
ASU will provide a meeting space in downtown Tempe for those in the program to connect and collaborate. ASU officials say they hope the program will spur economic growth and job creation in Arizona.
Participants will learn how to prototype products and turn a hobby into a business. They will also take classes on fundraising and customer development.
Program hopefuls may apply online.
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