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Nampa Women's Business Center holds its first event since opening

Posted: 5:17 PM, Oct 09, 2019
Updated: 2019-10-09 19:17:07-04

Start up costs, overhead and uncertainties in the economy can make starting a new business a real challenge--especially if you're a woman.

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That's why Idaho Senator Jim Risch hosted the Rural Women's Business Roundtable Wednesday. Women from all walks of life gathered to discuss some of the problems they face in getting a business off the ground, and how to keep that business successful in a competitive market.

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This was the first event held at the recently opened Nampa Women's Business Center, which the senator helped establish earlier this year.