Some Black entrepreneurs in Gwinnett County, Georgia have challenges establishing and growing their businesses. Why? Because Gwinnett County does not embrace black business owners as a whole and the diverse (non-black) communities of Gwinnett do not support Black-owned businesses.
These facts are the reasons why the Gwinnett County Black Chamber of Commerce (GCBCC) was established in July 2019. We invite you to attend the GCBCC)first meeting of 2020! GCBCC monthly meeting is open to the public and we hope to see you there. Register free today for the upcoming meeting – https://www.eventbrite.com/e/91468870855
• GCBCC Networking – Connecting Black Entrepreneurs – 5:00-6:00p
• Business Meeting and Discussion: 6:00-6:30p
Why do many Black entrepreneurs have such a big challenge in establishing and growing their businesses in Gwinnett County? How can GCBCC and our commumity be the support to jump over these challenges in Gwinnett County?
• 2020 Business Strategy for Entrepreneurs – Session One – 6:30-6:45p
“How to Use Free Social Media Tools to Grow Your Business” presented by Camrose Creative Services.
• 2020 Business Strategy for Entrepreneurs – Session Two – 6:45-7:00p
Positioning Your Business to Get Gwinnett County, Georgia State and Federal contracts
• GCBCC Networking – Connecting Black Entrerpreneurs – 7:00-7:30p
Become a GCBCC Founding Member today! www.blackchambergwinnett.com. For more information, contact Renee Moses at 404.590.4716.