Studer Community Institute launches new division to support entrepreneurs
A months-long process to develop a mentoring service for entrepreneurs is just part of a larger, $500,000 investment into helping entrepreneurs in the Pensacola community.
The Studer Community Institute is launching a new division called the Spring Entrepreneur Hub, a three-pronged approach to jump-start those hoping to create or improve their own business. In addition to the mentoring service, which will get underway with its pilot program in the coming months, the Spring will also include a front office and an accelerator program.
“There are a lot of great assets for entrepreneurs already that do a great job in our community, but this was about filling gaps and galvanizing all of these assets and how we can make the complete picture for an entrepreneur or a small business,” said DC Reeves, chief entrepreneur officer for SCI.