SPARK Holyoke offers introductory session for entrepreneurs with business plans

The SPARK Holyoke business start-up program run by the Greater Holyoke Chamber Centennial Foundation includes a nine-week course on how to launch a business, along with workshops and other help to new and prospective business owners. SPARK stands for Stimulating, Potential, Accessing, Resource & Knowledge. The federal and state granted-funded program began in March 2015 to help entrepreneurs become business owners. The next, nine-week SPARK class runs April 17 to June 19, Murphy-Romboletti said.

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