George Mosher Entrepreneur Scholarship Fund

George Mosher was a successful entrepreneur who started a company called National Business Furniture and grew it to a nationally famous company.

After selling it, he donated his time, money and considerable talent to helping other aspiring entrepreneurs to start their companies. He went a step futher by investing in over 200 start ups.

He was the single greatest and most generous individual angel investor in the State of Wisconsin.

To ensure that George’s legacy lives on a Scholarship Fund has been created to cover the costs of qualifying entrepreneurs to quality coaching, mentoring and connections to resoures they need to succeed in growing their companies.

The funds are not give aways but awarded to only those who have proven they have the drive and talent to start a new company. The donations to this fund are tax deductible as BizStarts is a 502c (3) qualifying charity.

Please send your check to:
BizStarts
1555 N. River Center Drive Suite 210

Milwaukee, WI 53212
Attn: George Mosher Scholarship Fund

You can also add your own reason for giving in George’s honor by writing your message in the space below so other can read how George inspired you to make this gift.

George Mosher was an entrepreneur

George Mosher was an entrepreneur who not only started and grew his own business, but took great pleasure in providing others with the resources to do the same. He recognized that a truly successful business can only be led by a person who is inquisitive, thoughtful and sets a personal example of integrity and respectfulness.

Steve Einhorn

George was my mentor

George was my mentor, my teacher and the one I credit with getting me involved in early-stage entrepreneur help.
If it weren’t for George I never would have founded BizStarts. He was on our Board of Directors early on and has given great advice over the years.

Daniel Steininger

“He has been both a true friend and mentor

“George and Julie started National Business Furniture in 1975. George always felt that: ” profit was an attitude”. They were profitable for the next 31 years while doubling sales every 3 to 5 years. After George retired he invested in over 200 early-stage companies in Southeast Wisconsin. He has been both a true friend and mentor to countless entrepreneurs.”

Roger and Regina Dirksen

Not only has George been

Not only has George been great at growing a business and being a friend to others starting theirs, he is the most gracious person I have ever met. Thanks George for for being a founding member of BrightStar Wisconsin Foundation.

Jeff Harris

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