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.
Ilise Benun shares how to perfect your LinkedIn profile.
In this episode of Entrepreneur’s Night, Jen chatted with Will Dent, President and CTO of AeroParts Now.
Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs (ACE) will hold a webinar to help startups learn about two critical elements that entrepreneurs must take into consideration when embarking on a new business: Credit Score & Business Plan.
On Friday, May 7th, Governor Kemp announced that a new Amazon fulfillment center would be coming to the Coastal Empire in 2022.
Enmarket recently released a new mobile app with a focus on reducing customer touchpoints in its stores.
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Federal and State Small Business Resources Collaborate on “Knock Out Disaster!Prepare and Recover!” Webinar Series, May 11-12
The University of Georgia Small Business Development Center (SBDC), a Public Service and Outreach unit of the University of Georgia, invite small business owners to a no-cost educational webinar to help them prepare and recover from a hurricane and other disasters.
Savannah’s Katherine Piette was one of eleven women added to the cohort for a virtual bootcamp starting on May 4th.
Savannah, Ga. – Savannah-based IT services provider Infinity, Inc. would like to remind all eligible high school students to apply by May 31st for their $2000 scholarship. High school seniors graduating from public or private school, who currently reside in Bryan, Effingham, or Chatham County, may be eligible. “By supporting students with an interest in…