Silicon Bayou News: BREW 11 IS BACK WITH MORE THAN $100,000 FOR LOCAL STARTUPS

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Thousands of people across Louisiana want to start their own businesses and are looking to learn more. That’s why BREW 11 will return March 8-10 and feature an expo for high-growth companies at the Bon Carré Business Center. Registration for the event will open Nov. 1.

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