The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation has joined with Kaplan University to add new online certificate programs to the foundation’s FastTrac entrepreneurship training curriculum.
The partnership has developed two new programs – one for new companies and one for existing businesses.
The certificate for new companies includes lessons on business incorporation, business plans and financial operations, while the other program includes resources for creating marketing plans and conducting internal reviews.
“Nearly all net job growth in our country comes from companies less than five years old. So, today more than ever, we need more people starting companies, and we need current business owners to be more successful in growing their firms,” said Carl Schramm, president and CEO of the Kauffman Foundation.
The Kauffman Foundation’s FastTrac program has a number of courses for entrepreneurs located across the country. Different programs can be geared toward entrepreneurs just forming a company, those focusing in technology or life sciences or even college students interested in starting a corporation.
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