Center for Entrepreneurship at WSU gets $225,000 pledge
Sep 18, 2013 10:30 AM | Print
Meritrust Credit Union has agreed to three years of financial support for key outreach programs of the Wichita State University Center for Entrepreneurship, the WSU Foundation announced today.
"This wonderful gift increases the center's ability to provide training and interaction with successful business people to the students, entrepreneurs and companies driving Kansas' economic growth," said Lou Heldman, interim director of the WSU Center for Entrepreneurship.
Meritrust, a provider of personal and commercial financial services, has pledged $225,000 over three years to support two major speaker series in the Center for Entrepreneurship.
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