Entrepreneurship Matters: up and coming and established entrepreneurs share their stories
It takes undiluted passion, multiple failures, lot of grit and a long-term commitment. The art of starting a business require entrepreneurs to be on their toes most of the times, shuttling between customers; current, prospective, business partners, business operations and more. COVID-19 has affected entrepreneurs and their businesses hard and they have to innovate and adjust. In efforts to support the local small business community and empower [new and seasoned] entrepreneurs, the Entrepreneurship Matters series will offer a forum to feature, celebrate and learn of the highs and lows of the business ownership journey.
Alicia Wilson, Vice President of Economic Development, The Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Health System will moderate the July 22 webinar with guests from KidzStuff Childcare Center and Inheritance Academy & Child Development Center, two childcare centers.
Angela Kidane, Founder of KidzStuff Childcare Center