Resources for Entrepreneurs

The Jeffrey D. Clark Center for Entrepreneurship aids students in the creation of new organizations that promote independence and self-sufficiency, and make significant contributions to the community in which they operate. Specifically, the center brings together a host of resources from the campus and the community to facilitate the development of successful new ventures.

Some of the resources offered include:

Tools for Assessing Business Opportunities

Funding Sources for New Ventures

Marketing and Branding Services

Web Design

Mentoring Programs

Other Resources

http://www.gimp.org/ - A free software similar to Adobe Photoshop

Business Plan Software - available in the Entrepreneur Center Student Conference room this provides access to over 2,000 sample business plans and can help you write a your business plan

http://www.aggiedesignstudios.com/ - USU students providing design work for companies and student start ups including logo design, web development, graphic design, app creations, prototyping, and more.

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