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Three business groups –the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, the National Veterans Chamber of Commerce and SCORE, the SBA’s small business consulting arm — are launching a new business incubator for women, especially those serving in the military and spouses of those serving in the military.
The Women Entrepreneur Incubator program, launched recently using the Zoom meeting platform, is designed to help entrepreneurs create part-time or full-time businesses in three areas: social media management, virtual assistant companies and business/personal coaching.
The idea is that the women can run their new businesses from wherever their portable devices as they face reassignments to new locations.
The trio of organizations are providing training, technical assistance, mentorship, and financial information, according to a news release issued by the chamber.