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Entrepreneur Fund announces new business advisor

The Entrepreneur Fund has hired Parnell Thill as business advisor for the company. Thill joins the Entrepreneur Fund's Duluth office as business advisor. Thill will consult with entrepreneurs on business expansion, transition and start-up, engagi...

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The Entrepreneur Fund has hired Parnell Thill as business advisor for the company.
Thill joins the Entrepreneur Fund’s Duluth office as business advisor. Thill will consult with entrepreneurs on business expansion, transition and start-up, engaging them in various business programs of the Entrepreneur Fund. Thill will maintain strong relationships with community partners as part of the Growing Neighborhood Business program and develop networking activities for entrepreneurs to advance growth. Thill brings 20 years of experience in strategic planning, executive-level marketing, business plans and product development including an ongoing tenure as adjunct professor in the MBA program at the College of St. Scholastica. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in education from the University of Minnesota-Duluth and a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of St. Thomas.
“We are excited to have Parnell join the advising team at the Entrepreneur Fund. He is a talented individual who brings amazing strategic and business experience to the organization,” stated Shawn Wellnitz, CEO of the Entrepreneur Fund.
The Entrepreneur Fund is the resource for entrepreneurs in northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin. Since 1989, the Entrepreneur Fund has fueled more than 12,000 entrepreneurs with strategic support resulting in the start or expansion of over 1,300 businesses across the region and 850 loans of over $18 million. The organization strengthens entrepreneurship in the region, while supporting and increasing economic development. For more information, visit www.EntrepreneurFund.org .

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