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The Hudson Library and Historical Society’s Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship Research will debut a new mini-series for small businesses beginning Feb. 17, reports the Hudson Hub Times.



The program is a more advanced level being offered as part of the 2014 Entrepreneurship Series, and there will be a four-part program of MBA Lite workshops going on through April.



The Hudson Library’s mini-series will taught by Kent State University and area business experts, and the theme will be “Survive and Thrive.”



All sessions begin at 6:30 and include 75 minutes of teaching time and a question and answer session before closing.



Dan Quigg, CEO of Techquiti, will kick off the series with his Feb. 17 presentation titled “Monetizing the Entrepreneurship Business Model.” Attorney Mark Weisman will take the next session on March 12 to present “How to Avoid Common Entrepreneurial Legal Mistakes.”



Each participant who attends all four sessions will be awarded a certificate of completion.



The series is free but registration is required. Please call (330) 653-6658 to reserve your spot, or register online at hudsonlibrary.org.



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