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Entrepreneur Training Institute holds its first classes

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A new educational institution has launched in Memphis. The Entrepreneur Training Institute (ETI) won’t award formal degrees, but it will give entrepreneurs the tools they need to succeed in today’s economic climate.

The school’s very first semester began earlier this month on Jan. 7. It offers courses in income tax preparation, nonprofit development and small business management, all taught by current business leaders and experts in the nonprofit field. Each two-month class costs $550, and students can learn from the comfort of their homes through ETI’s online platform.

Register now for the ETI winter term, which begins March 15.

Sam Bojarski, The 100 Companies

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