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Women’s Business Development Council finds permanent home in Danbury

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On April 25, the Women’s Business Development Council  of Connecticut and Western Connecticut State University  Ancell School of Business officially opened the WBDC Danbury office on the university’s West Side Campus at 43 Lake Ave. Extension.

The new space provides the nonprofit WBDC with a permanent location where it will continue to provide the Danbury and WCSU communities with entrepreneurial and financial training programs. Fees for programs range from free to $300; some require pre-registration while others are held on a “drop-in” basis. Click here for the full course selection.

“The inter-relationship between government, business and higher education is coming together with projects like this,” said WCSU President Dr. John Clark. “If we are going to move the economy forward, if we are going to move Connecticut and America forward, everyone has to participate, and I predict women will lead the way.”

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