Join Georgia Micro Enterprise Network for their upcoming forum of business leaders and stakeholders in Albany, Georgia, on August 24, 2017, at Albany Community Together, Inc. located on 230 S Jackson St., Suite 118. Thelma Adams-Johnson and Shirley Sherrod are co-hosts. The forum titled, Money Matters: Leveraging Local Resources for Small, Micro, AgriBusinesses & Returning Citizens will be hosted by the Georgia Micro Enterprise Network and sponsored by Small Business Administration SBA. The event will be held from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM with lunch provided.
The is a distinguished array of influential leaders from the private, government, nonprofit sectors and faith-base community on the panel and as guest. There will be three different panel discussions.
- 1st Panelist – Funders & Sponsor .. “Money Matters”
- 2nd Panelist – MDO, Entrepreneurial Training & Technical Assistance .. “Resources”
- 3rd Panelist – RITES, Reentry From Incarceration Through Entrepreneurship Service “Returning Citizens”
- Networking & Lunch
The Money Matters: Leveraging Local Resources for Small, Micro, AgriBusinesses & Returning Citizens will assemble several entrepreneurs, financial institutions, micro business development organizations, policy makers, investors, faith based institutions and influencers from across the state of Georgia. Through this networking- rich opportunity, we will engage in conversations about the changing economic landscape in Georgia and how it impacts micro and small businesses.
G M E N (Georgia Micro Enterprise Network) is a statewide, non‐profit, 501c3 corporation established in 1997 to be a catalyst for economic development and to create opportunities and a better environment for micro, small and agribusiness development in the State of Georgia.