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Meet our new Entrepreneur in Residence – Alan Gross

Alan is more than familiar with Statesboro, having attended Georgia Southern University. After graduating, Alan moved to Atlanta and worked for UPS in their logistics services where he developed an interest in real estate. Following his time at UPS, Alan began a career in real estate as an appraiser. He has since held positions with […]

Score launches live stream workshop series

Score is partnering with BIG to offer four sessions of a business workshop series now through March  2019. Each series is related to profit and non-profit organizations. The launch follows enthusiastic reception of SCORE’s initial “Tools to Grow Your Business” workshop.  Various speakers with extensive expertise in their field are scheduled to lead each session.  […]

Glowing Confidence

One Student’s disbelief in their abilities is transformed into bolstered confidence. By Eminah Quintyne Marin Coleman is a graphic design student who says her recent experience at 3 Day Startup (3DS) has validated her success. “I didn’t really think I was good a graphic designer,” she said.“I didn’t think that I was skilled, so I […]

Georgia Southern SBDC offering Quickbooks Online Class

Learn to use QuickBooks Online July 24, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the College of Education, room 2151 on the Statesboro campus. QuickBooks Online is fast becoming one of Intuit’s primary products, as it allows users to access data anytime and anywhere. Developed specifically for beginners and prospective users, this course provides a […]

BIG Partners with Youth Career Camp for 2018 Youth Entrepreneurship Program

The Business Innovation Group partnered with Wayne Williams’ Youth Career Camp this July to host a week-long summer camp called the Youth Entrepreneurship Program (YEP) to teach youth useful career skills along with what it takes to start a business. Rev. Wayne Williams founded Youth Career Camp Inc. (YCCI) in 2006 as a free youth […]