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Registration now open for Savannah’s Girls Who Code program

By The Creative Coast | January 18, 2021

After a year-long hiatus due to the pandemic, the youth program will return for virtual workshops starting February 13th.

Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs (ACE) Women’s Business Center to open in Savannah

By The Creative Coast | January 17, 2021

The mission for the ACE Women’s Business Center is to empower women, minorities, and low-to-moderate income entrepreneurs through financial education and training. From planning to implementation to growth, the ACE WBC assists businesses at various stages of development.

New York Times features Savannah as a relocation destination for San Francisco’s techies and businesses

By The Creative Coast | January 16, 2021

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New York Times author Nellie Bowles wrote a piece on the trend of San Francisco tech workers and companies making the move away from the Bay Area to cities that allow for a better lifestyle. Like Savannah.

Savannah’s Sharedthelovely is one of Cause Artists’ 40 social entrepreneurs to watch for in 2021

By The Creative Coast | January 15, 2021

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Recently Gringer was featured on causeartist.com’s 8th edition of their Social Entrepreneurs to watch for list for her budding wedding ecommerce business Sharethelovely.

T-Mobile’s Project 10Million donates $4m in hotspots to SCCPSS

By The Creative Coast | January 14, 2021

T-Mobile launched the 10Million program to address the nation’s digital inequality problem. Courtesy of the program, Savannah Chatham County Public School districts will receive 10,000 hot spots.

Payroll Protection Program – Round Two

By The Creative Coast | January 11, 2021

The Small Business Administration will begin accepting applications for the second round of loans from the Payment Protection Program, this week. “The Paycheck Protection Program has successfully provided 5.2 million loans worth $525 billion to America’s small businesses, supporting more than 51 million jobs,” said Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin.  “This updated guidance enhances the…

What to Watch

Intentional Leadership

In this Lunchtime Topic, Erik will share what he has learned about being an intentional leader from how he budgets his time to how he builds accountability within the Focus Lab team.

Watch the 2020 Holiday Hedera Hashgraph

Watch Cooper Kunz from Hedera and Jeremy Fletcher and Rob Kainz from Ledgerama discuss Hedera updates and using Hedera network services.

Reimaging the office: Tech for a flexible workspace and remote management

Do you own a flexible workspace, where you may find you or your team away from the office at any given moment? Or perhaps you or your teammates work remotely and you need to check in at the office throughout the day, but cannot get there. Destiny Mojica-Taylor of scDataCome has tech gadgets to help you achieve flexible or remote work!

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The Creative Coast runs meaningful programs that provide education and connectivity. These programs include Lunchtime TopicsEntrepreneur’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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Find the latest job vacancies in the greatest innovation companies hiring in the coastal region via our Job Board.

If you are a company, you can post job vacancies on our Job Board. Submit your vacancies using our form and it will be published on our website. Postings are FREE to members of the Creative Coast.

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