This idea sort of reminds me of the film "The Intern", but instead the Robert De Niro character is the founder/owner. The "intern" had a wealth of knowledge to provide the Anne Hathaway character. He'd worked so many years and gained knowledge, skills, and expertise.
Anne-Laure Fayard I was also thinking about how the entrepreneur would finance their venture. The small business loan (via Credit Union) is great, perhaps it can be offered to the club member at a lower interest rate?
At first I thought the Credit Union would invest in the venture and I assumed this because the Credit Union will be receiving 5-7% of profits from the business. So, I imagined that the Credit Union was basically buying equity and receiving a return on their investment. Now that I understand that the Credit Union is not funding, but instead providing a loan, I think the best option would be to provide club members a low-interest rate small business loan.