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Seminars to Help Budding Entrepreneurs


AARP Michigan is teaming up with the U.S. Small Business Administration again this year to help aspiring entrepreneurs start a new business at age 50-plus.

A team of experts will lead events in Detroit, Lansing/Jackson and Grand Rapids to help those who are looking to switch careers or launch a business. The seminars will cover how to create a business plan, secure a small business loan and develop a marketing strategy.

“A growing number of older adults are starting their own businesses for a variety of reasons, and these sessions offer valuable resources for budding entrepreneurs,” said Jennifer Feuerstein, AARP Michigan associate state director for community outreach.

The events will be held in April. Watch for dates and locations at

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