About E-Hub
E-Hub is a unique entrepreneur program where staff members work one-on-one with you to explore your business idea and its market feasibility.  Our signature entrepreneur series, "Stepping Up to New Opportunities," serves as a compass in guiding you in the right direction.  Here, you will find a multitude of resources, opportunities for "cupiding" (connections) with other entrepreneurs, events that expose you to various entrepreneurial activities, learning through mentorship and continued counseling.

E-Hub can help you develop self-sufficiency, change our economic landscape by creating jobs, and maybe help you become a community leader in the process!

E-Hub is a non-profit community initiative with participants from a diverse group of social-economic backgrounds, race and income status.

Community Impact
Impact Facts to Know

  • Incorporates knowledge base of several award-winning and well recognized leaders
  • Indirectly impacted millions of dollars of services, payroll, bank loans and tax revenue
  • Women have accounted for 502 start-up businesses (62 percent), men 289 businesses (38 percent) of which 174 minority businesses operating in over 50 communities throughout Wisconsin  
  • Almost 30 percent of the participants have represented African American, Hispanic, Native American, Asian and other ethnic groups
  • Over 2000 participants have graduated from the program over the last 13 years 
  • Over 3922 sustainable years added to our economy via alumnus businesses

    "Power of 92" ®

    Legendary Green Bay Packer and NFL player, Reggie White and his wife Sara, had a vision of empowering aspiring entrepreneurs to realize their dreams of owning and operating their own business.  The vision has manifested into an outstanding foundation of empowered entrepreneurs who have developed self-sufficiency and now feel a sense of giving back that is necessary to the free enterprise system.  This vision is now called the "Power of 92". 

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