An innovative virtual incubator created by entrepreneurship expert Benson Honig is helping women whose careers have suffered during the pandemic turn their skills to community-minded entrepreneurship. (Shutterstock photo)

Virtual incubator trains entrepreneurs to bounce back from COVID

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An innovative virtual incubator created by an entrepreneurship expert from the DeGroote School of Business is helping women whose careers have suffered during the pandemic turn their skills to community-minded entrepreneurship.

Professor Benson Honig, the Teresa Cascioli Chair in Entrepreneurial Leadership, received a two-year COVID-19 grant to provide women with virtual training in entrepreneurial skills that will allow them to get back on their feet and support community growth, inclusion, and social well-being all at once….

https://brighterworld.mcmaster.ca/articles/benson-honig-ingenuity-incubator/

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