Student group offers free business advice
The Herald Journal
April 16, 2011
By Kate Rouse
For students in Utah State University’s Huntsman School of Business, learning theories in a traditional classroom setting is where it all begins. But for students in the business school’s New Venture Consulting Group, those theories become directly applicable to real life as they coach would-be entrepreneurs, new and even established business on how to succeed. And they do it for free.
“We decided to start (the New Venture Consulting Group) because we were looking for ways to expose students to real-life business situation,” said David Clark, executive director of entrepreneurial programs at USU and a member of the Entrepreneur Founders Board, distinguishing aspect to their education.”
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