The fundraiser is to support the building of Savannah’s first-of-its-kind and only Black-owned coffeehouse and artisan marketplace.
Eric Jones is changing the way customers experience Parker’s convenience stores.
Nita Penn is laser-focused on bringing low-income minorities and black women to the center stage of Savannah’s business arena.
The Workers Lab is accepting 2021 Innovation Fund applications between June 1 and July 12.
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During the pandemic, Alderman Palumbo took up a new hobby – disassembling bikes to rebuild them into electric ones. His past-time turned into a business, and today he sells the e-bikes under his company Palumbo Electric Bikes.
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Miss the May Savannah Hedera Hashgraph meetup? You can watch it here!
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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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