Entrepreneurs can attend Lt. Gov.’s Small Business Academy

Wisconsin business owners and entrepreneurs will have the chance to learn and network for free during the 10th annual Lieutenant Governor’s Small Business Academy, according to a news release. The Lieutenant Governor’s Small Business Academy was created to support minority and female entrepreneurs and small business owners.

This four-day virtual conference takes place May 2–5. On May 5, participants will have the opportunity to join in-person events across the state hosted by partner organizations.

The Small Business Academy’s virtual sessions will cover topics relating to growing a small business, building an online brand, and how to source funding for your small business. Small business owners, entrepreneurs, and individuals considering starting a business in Wisconsin are all encouraged to attend.

The conference is free to attend but registration is required. Go to WEDC.org/sba to register and learn more.