Fayette County NAACP hosts entrepreneurial workshop


The Fayette County Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has announced an entrepreneurial workshop set for April 20, 2024 from 12-4 p.m., at the Fayette County Library.

This event is an opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs and business enthusiasts to gain invaluable insights and forge meaningful connections.

The workshop is designed to be a powerhouse of knowledge, offering best practices, essential information, and unrivaled networking opportunities for anyone interested in launching or growing a business.

Key topics include access to capital, navigating SBA loans and grants, and choosing the right business entity — each critical for laying a solid foundation for business success.

Leading the sessions will be a lineup of industry experts and business leaders. These seasoned professionals bring a wealth of real-world experience and are eager to share their knowledge.

More than just a learning experience, the workshop will serve as a launchpad for future mentorship and connections with institutions offering the best business advice.

This workshop is not just about imparting knowledge; it’s about building a community of supportive, like-minded individuals. Attendees will leave equipped not only with practical know-how but also with connections that could prove invaluable as they embark on their entrepreneurial journeys.

For more information, registration details, and partnership opportunities, contact Kevin Pratt, II at kevin@kprattii.com.