JCEL Seeks Entrepreneur to Open Local Bike/Outdoor Shop|
Southern Alleghenies Planning & Development Commission (SAP&DC) received funding from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) to develop 30 miles of non-motorized trail around Raystown Lake in Huntingdon County. In conjunction with the trail being built, SAP&DC has contracted with the Juniata College Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (JCEL), to identify an entrepreneur and assist that entrepreneur in establishing a private sector business that will serve as a bike/outdoor center. The chosen entrepreneur will receive a package that will include: space and services in the Sill Business Incubator, technical assistance to secure public and private funding for business development, business start-up capital for accounting and legal fees, copying and printing, etc., and liability insurance while operating in the incubator.
To view the market feasibility study, conducted by the staff at JCEL, click . This study is meant to be a guide for interested entrepreneurs, not to be used as a final business plan. In addition to the provisions stated above, the chosen entrepreneur will receive JCEL assistance in writing his/her business plan.
Interested entrepreneurs should send a letter of interest, a resume and a document answering the following questions to:
Juniata College Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (JCEL)
Attention: Susanne House, Assistant Director
419 14th Street, Huntingdon, PA 16652
- Why are you interested in pursuing this venture?
- What is your industry experience?
- Describe your prior sales experience.
- What are your sources of funding?
- How do you plan to promote mountain biking in the Alleghenies region?
- Why should we consider you to be the entrepreneur to lead this project?
Submissions must be received prior to Friday, May 4, 2007. Thank you for your time and interest in this worthwhile opportunity.
Posted by JCEL on 04/16/07
Responses: (1) (2) Post Reply