HCC to open Student Business Center

Haywood Community College will partner with The Center for New and Expanding Business to open the HCC Student Business Center, which will provide rising or recent graduates with the opportunity to start a business in a supportive, rent-free environment.

The mission of the business center is to help create jobs and economic opportunities in Haywood County by providing current HCC students and graduates with a combination of mentoring services, physical space and access to funding programs as they launch and grow their businesses.

The center will be located in Suite A3 of The Center for New and Expanding Business in the Haywood County Industrial Park adjacent to HCC’s Regional High Tech Center.

Students looking to start a business can rent office space, furnishings, inventory space and a commercial kitchen in the center for one year at no charge.

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