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BR&E online course starts October 2nd -Reply
Attached is a copy of an article that was
published in "The Mergers & Acquisition
Advisor" on government business incentives. It
is complete with a case study. I thought that it
might be interesting for your course attendees as
a discussion topic.
The article is entitled "How Government
Business Incentives Can Enhance Your Deal."
Please let me know what you think. Thanks.
-Michael A. Rambert
>>> "Michael Darger"
The University of Minnesota and Business
Expansion International (BREI) will be
conducting another online BR&E
Consultant Certification Course beginning
October 2nd. The course is
a success based on the five sessions we've held
to date. It offers a
great chance to learn about a successful BR&E
BREI-certified, work along with colleagues from
across the U.S.,
Canada, and even abroad, and join a premier
organization for existing
business development. This course is offered
by the University of
Minnesota, a leader in online education and
training for economic
development professionals. Check out the
course announcement at
www.breimc.org/Webc.htm For info. on BREI
go to www.brei.org
I hope you and maybe a colleague join us for
Director, Business Retention and Expansion
University of Minnesota
Dept. of Applied Economics
249 Classroom Office Bldg., 1994 Buford Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55108-6040
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