Clay Hickson, TowsonGlobal’s Director took time to discuss what to expect from this year’s Business Plan Competition, including its importance on Baltimore’s business community, the many ways it provides entrepreneurs with resources that will be beneficial to them in the long run, what is expected from participants and what they can expect if they win the competition.
Additionally, Ben Walsh, owner of PureBang Games and Lisa Druillard owner of My Hopeful Journey sat down to provide some insight on how participating and winning in the competition helped them gain more experience when it comes to attracting potential investors and how it has helped them expand their business. They also discuss the benefits of becoming a member of a business incubator like TowsonGlobal.
Both Lisa and Ben believe that part of what made him successful, was the continuous mentoring and support from experts and guidance throughout the competition’s stages. They also believe that obtaining affordable resources and training is necessary, especially during the initial stages of starting a business; these are some of the benefits that TowsonGlobal offers as one of the competition’s main prizes.Updates and tagged baltimore, business plan competition, competition posts, TowsonGlobal. Bookmark the permalink.