State of Georgia investing $650,000 in Savannah Logistics and Innovation Center
The newly passed 2023 amended state budget, recently signed by Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, includes $650,000 to support the Savannah Logistics and Innovation Center (SLIC), a public-private partnership focused on attracting innovative logistics technology companies and research projects to the Savannah region. This state appropriation will be matched by non-state dollars and will go toward furthering the center’s ongoing successful efforts to establish Savannah as an innovation leader in the supply chain and logistics technology industry.
Hello Alice Announces $5k – $25k Small Business Growth Fund Grants
Startups, no doubt, face numerous challenges. Perhaps the greatest of these is limited funding opportunities. Fortunately, organizations such as Hello Alice have emerged, providing a range of support services and…
Applications Open for Forward, an Accelerator for Black and Latino Entrepreneurs
NEWS PROVIDED BY SQUARE Square teams up with the Social Change Fund United and multi-faceted entrepreneurs including Dwyane Wade, Rosario Dawson, and Ayesha Curry to launch Forward, a new accelerator program providing…
40 Up And Coming Local + Global Artist at The Clyde Venue 3/30-4/2
Attend the March 30th Opening Night VIP vernissage from 6pm – 10pm at The Clyde Venue. Your ticket purchase will help support The Creative Coast! The VIP Ticket only costs…
22 Startups Vie to Participate in Venture Capital Platform’s Supply Chain Accelerator Program in Savannah
On Thursday, March 9th, Plug and Play Savannah hosted its second Selection Day at Savannah Station. The event featured 22 startups that pitched their innovative maritime, trucking, warehousing,…
Business Innovation Group announces Patrick Woock as new Director of Business Incubation
In this newly created position, Woock will be responsible for continuing to grow the footprint that Georgia Southern has already established in the state’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. He will work in the southeast region through BIG’s Innovation Incubators (I2) and around the state through the Georgia Enterprise Network for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (GENIE) program.
What to Watch
Watch Brian Judson’s Lunchtime Topic on How To Sell Your Business
In this Lunchtime Topic, we’ll learn what it takes to have a sellable business, which is something you should consider from the launch of your company! We sat down with…
Listen to “How to Start a Franchise Business with Danielle Stankiewicz”!
Are you interested in being self-employed, but don’t want to start a business from scratch? Have considered owning a franchise? In this Lunchtime Topic, we explored the process of starting…
The Creative Coast runs meaningful programs that provide education and connectivity. These programs include Lunchtime Topics, Entrepreneur’s Night, She Hustles, and the Idea Accelerator Bootcamp. We also partner with a number of local organizations to provide both youth and adult programming.
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