Could be big for someone. The Pioneer Press’ Frederick Melo reports: “Entrepreneurs of color, start your engines. An economic development association is giving away $1 million in startup funds in a ‘Shark Tank’-style competition this fall, and four finalists of color will share in the financial awards. … The ‘Million Dollar Challenge for Minority Entrepreneurs’ — which is open to racial minorities across the state — is being organized by the Metropolitan Economic Development Agency, which provides business consulting, marketing and capital for minority business owners. St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, whose office is assisting with the contest, announced the competition at Meda’s 47th annual meeting, which was held Monday at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.”
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