The deadline to submit to the 2018 business plan competition hosted by the Veterans Incubator for Better Entrepreneurship is April 13.
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A group of UW Tacoma students helped turn a parking lot into a community garden for immigrants and refugees.
With recognition from the state's YesVets program, UW Tacoma celebrates veteran employment.
Rosalynn Johnson has received a national award for her work as an advisor to veterans, and is helping DOD improve the transition process.
A display of flags along UW Tacoma's Prairie Line Trail honors the nation's veterans and commemorates those lost in the Vietnam War.
Three deceptively simple ideas took the prizes at the inaugural VIBE Business Plan Competition, held on May 3.
Team plans include innovative disease treatment, fitness services, an artisanal cidery, employee recruitment and an edible cookie dough café.
Fifteen teams will compete for more than $50,000 in prizes in the inaugural VIBE Business Plan Competition.
VIBE launches its first business plan competition with the goal of creating future business leaders in Pierce County.