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Can-Do Kalamazoo presents Free Neurodivergence in Entrepreneurship workshop.

Are you an entrepreneur struggling with focus, time management, and completing projects? This workshop, presented by Can-Do Kalamazoo, will provide practical strategies to help neurodivergent entrepreneurs maximize their productivity. Led by Alex Jackman-Wheitner, an expert in ADHD productivity.

About the Speaker:

Alex Jackman-Wheitner specializes in helping entrepreneurs with ADHD develop personalized productivity systems. With over 7 years of experience coaching students, professionals and business owners, Alex’s methods are proven to reduce procrastination and increase focus. Based in Kalamazoo, she works with clients nationwide.

Incubator that helps launch food-based startups moves near downtown Kalamazoo.

We’re cooking up a storm here at Can-Do, and it’s time to celebrate!

CDK has been featured in an article on MLive! This article highlights our upcoming move and the work we’re doing to support local entrepreneurs.

Person piping cupcakes at Huey D
Person piping cupcakes at Huey D

How ‘Incubation’ kitchens are helping food entrepreneurs affordably scale their businesses

Big News for Can-Do Kalamazoo!

We’re excited to share their mention in a recent article spotlighting our work in Southwest Michigan’s food scene.

Thank you to Second Wave Media for the exposure!

Can-Do Kalamazoo Selected as Entrepreneurial Hub by the MEDC!

Can-Do Kalamazoo is one of 27 Michigan-based entrepreneurial hubs selected for grant funding as part of the $73 million Small Business Support Hubs (SBSH) program. Funded by the American Rescue Plan Act, SBSH provides resources for small businesses impacted by COVID-19. As an SBSH hub, Can-Do Kalamazoo will offer coaching, accelerators, networking events, capital access, and more to disadvantaged entrepreneurs in our region, helping local small businesses recover, expand, and drive economic growth. 

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