The Entrepreneurship Council is a grass-roots education and advocacy group for entrepreneurs. It has worked in creative partnership with other organizations with overlapping interests, notably the Mixson Business Center, Dothan Area Chamber of Commerce, City of Dothan, Wallace Community College, and the Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Innovation at Troy University. The organization began in 2010 as the Entrepreneurship Group, one of several focus groups of the annual Economic Summit on Jobs, spearheaded by Dothan Mayor Mike Schmitz. Since 2014, the Entrepreneurship Council has operated autonomously, regularly coordinating entrepreneurial education and hosting networking events in the community.
June 30, 2022 @ 5:30 p.m.
You are invited to a wonderful learning opportunity to be held at the Dothan Area Chamber of Commerce to learn about Credit. Learn what it is, how to get it, and how to use it. Our presenter for the night will be Emily Jernigan of SmartBank.
Admission is $10 donation. You can pay at the door with cash or you can purchase an advance ticket through Eventbrite or cpeprojecta.com. You may also stop by Computer Printing Etc. to purchase your tickets.
Money will help the Entrepreneurship Council provide events like this in the community and help with other projects/programs provided by the Entrepreneurship Council. The Entrepreneurship Council is a 501 (c) 3 Organization.
This event is sponsored by SmartBank through the Dothan Area Chamber of Commerce, Computer Printing Etc., and Troy University Dothan Campus Sorrell College of Business.