Start-up Training for Young Entrepreneurs

“It is inspiring to watch the hard work and tireless effort put forth by our young entrepreneurs in their desire to start companies and help our community.”

“The momentum this program is creating and the knowledge that is being shared speaks to the heart of the Chamber’s mission – creating regional economic prosperity."

- Bill Connors, President & CEO of The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce

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AgriGated Update

written by / BlackHeart, on / November 20th, 2014

As agriculture moves into the 21st century and is faced with the challenges of increasing demand and decreasing... Read More

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b|launched 2.0 Competition Winning Company Will Help Travelers With Special Dietary Needs 03:23:09 PM Dec 12, 2012

BeFree Village, a start-up company that will provide resources and products to help travelers with special dietary needs and food allergies, was the... Read More


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The competition will be divided into two phases: Phase I will entail finding and fleshing out an idea. The goal is to find one within certain given parameters and time constraints. Individuals will likely come into the group without an idea or with a potential idea that hasn’t been vetted at all. The team participants will work together to find a high quality, Read More

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  • Train young professionals to start companies in the Treasure Valley.
  • Create 1-2 small start-up companies in Idaho per year.
  • Create higher paying jobs with the creation of more jobs.
  • Showcase and connect Boise’s talented pool of young professionals.
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""ADvailable would not exist without the b|launched program. There is nothing... Read More"

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