Durango entrepreneurs get boost

Durango entrepreneurs get boost

Three start-ups get help from SCAPE program
New class members of Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs, Eric Sioris and Cynthia Johnson, discuss plans of their new business, TimePro, which aims to provide part-time executive assistants to small firms.
Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs’s latest class is, from left, Eric Sirois, Cynthia Johnson, Amber Davis and Chad Wallace. Sirois and Johnson started TimePro, a business that offers part-time executive assistants to small businesses and entrepreneurs. Davis’ Kokopelli Baking Co. offers baking mixes that do not contain gluten. Wallace started Project Pinnacle to make computer editing easier for professional photographers,

Durango entrepreneurs get boost

New class members of Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs, Eric Sioris and Cynthia Johnson, discuss plans of their new business, TimePro, which aims to provide part-time executive assistants to small firms.
Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs’s latest class is, from left, Eric Sirois, Cynthia Johnson, Amber Davis and Chad Wallace. Sirois and Johnson started TimePro, a business that offers part-time executive assistants to small businesses and entrepreneurs. Davis’ Kokopelli Baking Co. offers baking mixes that do not contain gluten. Wallace started Project Pinnacle to make computer editing easier for professional photographers,
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