‘Launch Christiansburg Plan to Boost Local Small Businesses’

Launching to Success: Christiansburg’s New Program Supporting Small Businesses

Astleigh Hill, the owner of The Chandlerie in downtown Christiansburg, expressed her excitement about the recently launched program designed to support small businesses in the area. According to Hill, small businesses are essential to any community and downtown Christiansburg is no exception. She believes that the 10-week program will provide a valuable opportunity for anyone looking to start a business in the town.

The program allows participants to pitch their business ideas for a chance to receive up to $5,000 in grants. Amanda Hebert, the small business solutions manager for the Town of Christiansburg, emphasized the potential impact of such grants on individuals in the area. Participants must be Christiansburg residents with a business idea that they are willing to share and vet out in a safe environment.

Hill appreciated the support for small businesses in Christiansburg and saw it as a positive sign for both business owners and residents of the town. The program required a $200 deposit, which was refunded once the participant completed the program and made their business pitch.

Overall, astute entrepreneurs in Christiansburg have an excellent opportunity to receive support and funding for their business ideas through this launch program. More information on this valuable opportunity can be found on the town’s website.

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