Posts Tagged ‘ACE Womens Business Center’
ACE, Women’s Business Center, Savannah Region Celebrates One Year: Announces Loan Lending to Veterans
On Thursday, April 28th, The Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs (ACE), Women’s Business Center (WBC), Savannah Region celebrated one year in Savannah with an official in-person, grand opening. The Savannah office is one of two locations in the state of Georgia and the second to open after the Atlanta Metro chapter.Read More
ACE WBC’s Profitability in Real Life
Join us for a dynamic webinar with digital marketer Christine McDowell of Cultivate Technologies, LLC.
Learn how to build a solid marketing foundation for your business, by leveraging the skills you already have!
ACE WBC’S All Things Notary: As a Business and a Service
Samantha Smith. Shelistens® Notary Specialists Lead Notary Consultant & Georgia Notary Public will lead a forum on all things Notary.Read More
ACE WBC’s Men’s Allyship for Women Entrepreneurs
Let’s discuss how successful men entrepreneurs can be more supportive of women entrepreneurs-from ideation to growth.Read More
ACE WBC’s Business Insurance for Entrepreneurs
Join an in-depth conversation with Kavlin Hammer of Hammer Insurance to talk alll things home-based business insurance. Come learn how to set your business un for success and to make sure that you are protected from liabilities.Read More
ACE Women’s Business Center – The Dark Side of Entrepreneurship: 7 Costly Financial Mistakes That Small Business Owners Make
Entrepreneurship is an exciting opportunity! It also means sacrificing personal capital and giving up the security of a steady income. If your business is not doing well, it can have a serious effect on your personal income and your life. Learn to avoid critical mistakes made by other small business owners that can send your business to an early grave.Read More
ACE Women’s Business Center – Money Talks: Cash Flow & Working Capital
Join the Savannah Region’s Director, Nita Penn, and Money Coach, Monisha Johnson, for a deep dive into both Cash Flow and Working Capital and learn why you need both to be financeable.Read More