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The Scale Up for Entrepreneurs Initiative provides eligible entrepreneurs with training to acquire skills and knowledge to grow their business. The target participants are women entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs in under-represented groups, including: Indigenous, visible minority, youth, and persons experiencing disabilities.
The training will support skills development in:
Provide opportunities to obtain certifications and upon completion of the training access to coaching and mentorship for a limited period of time.
Eligible participants must:
Entrepreneurs with the following businesses are not eligible:
To learn more about the Scale Up for Entrepreneurs Initiative, please contact SaskJobs Career Services:
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