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Thadeus Giedd has a passion for entrepreneurship, a knack for connecting with people and the drive to grow businesses. He plans to use all of that in his new role as client specialist for Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship.
Andrea Miller had grown used to living in one city only as long as it took to build a building there. Sioux Falls was different.
Stacey Thomas’s father, Jerry, started their family business with one van, a few air movers and dehumidifiers. Since 1992, Specialized Cleaning & Restoration Inc. has grown into a second-generation family business.
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Schlotzsky’s offers catering for every occasion, and as the staff at the Great Plains Zoo found out — it makes the perfect group meal!
With only a few weeks left to go in the Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship Growth Accelerator, four startup businesses are headed toward their Sept. 21 graduation and final pitch to potential investors. Here’s a look at what they’ve been working on.
Sheryl Nelson was a stay-at-home mom and substitute teacher 10 years ago when she started working at Kidtopia. Six months later, she bought the business’ Sioux Falls location and hasn’t looked back.