Join us on December 5, 2013 for an exciting one-day conference designed for agribusinesses, microdevelopment organizations, and financial institutions.
The event theme is Building Connections: Collaboration. Innovation. Expansion.
Conference attendees will learn from a diverse panel of guests covering topics related to agribusiness in Georgia, the state of micro enterprise organizations from a local and national perspective, and how to grow your organization through collaboration, innovation, and expansion.
There will be workshops covering funding sources for banks and microdevelopment organizations, the impact of the food movement on economic and community development, opportunities for micro development organizations to capitalize on this industry, and state trends.
The event fee includes continental breakfast and lunch. Free parking is available onsite.
The Georgia Micro Enterprise Network (GMEN) is a non-profit industry association that is a catalyst for economic development in Georgia. Through its network of business development training and lending organizations, GMEN serves as a resource to support and fund viable micro-businesses in an effort to create new jobs and business opportunities at the local level.
To learn more about GMEN, visit us at http://georgiamicrobiz.org/.
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