Entrepreneurship Programming and Resources at Hudson Library
While many other libraries in the region have established entrepreneurship centers and programming over the last decade, Hudson Library’s program remains a premier resource for aspiring entrepreneurs.
The Foundation took a lead role in the establishment of the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship Research at Hudson Library and Historical Society. Launched in 2008, it provides:
- Lecture & workshop series on business topics
- One-on-one business counseling
- Database training for business research
- Pitch competitions
- Partnerships with regional providers of capital resources and technical assistance for businesses
- Specialized collection of resource materials
The program now serves as a model for other libraries.