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Business and Ethics
August 28, 2019
Students and faculty in Seattle U's RAMP-Up program, part of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center in the Albers School of Business and Economics, began working with Earl Lancaster on his business plan and loan applications in 2018, while collarborating with other community partners also involved in the project.
Read The Seattle Times story here.
Read more about how RAMP-Up worked with Lancaster.
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