Register now for the MKE Business Now Entrepreneurship Summit
The summit will take place on Saturday, Jan 28 at the Business and Economics Academy of Milwaukee.
Aspiring entrepreneurs hoping to launch Milwaukee’s next successful business enterprise should register now for the MKE Business Now Entrepreneurship Summit, Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs said, in order to receive the skills, training and networking they need to achieve success.
A showcase of resources available to help launch new business ventures and an opportunity to connect with established local business owners, the 6th annual summit will take place on Saturday, January 28 at the Business and Economics Academy of Milwaukee, 3620 N. 18th St.
Sponsored and founded by Alderwoman Coggs, the free event will include workshops, panel discussions and a resource fair with dozens of organizations that are available to help Milwaukee entrepreneurs.
“The MKE Business Now Entrepreneurship Summit has everything an aspiring business owner needs to start a business and succeed,” Alderwoman Coggs said. “Anyone could have the next great business idea with the power to reshape our city, so I hope to see many Milwaukeeans participate once again in this helpful event.”
Alderwoman Coggs said summit participants should register early to participate by visiting https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mke-business-now-entrepreneurship-summit-tickets-30871811419 and filling out the registration form online.
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