BusinessRX: Taking entrepreneurial ideas to a new market
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BusinessRX: Taking entrepreneurial ideas to a new market

Alan Van Toai and his business partner are proposing a plan to spread the concept behind FanManager, a Los Angeles-based company that helps promote up-and-coming bands, to Washington, D.C. (University of Maryland Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship)

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