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Atlanta Urban League Young Professionals Hosts Entrepreneur Boot Camp

Atlanta - In step with the National Urban League’s commitment to economic empowerment, the Atlanta Urban League Young Professionals will host the Second Annual Entrepreneur Boot Camp presented by State Farm Insurance.

During the half-day conference, participants will receive guidance and training from key leaders in the metro Atlanta business community, and attend workshop sessions on the various aspects of business ownership including business plan development, legal considerations, marketing and finance.  This dynamic event will help equip aspiring entrepreneurs with the tools needed to conceive, launch and grow a profitable business.

Saturday, July 10, 2010
8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Emory University, Goizueta Business School
1300 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30322

$25 member early bird (before June 30)
$35 non-member early bird
$35 member standard (after June 30)
$45 non-member standard

Keynote Speaker:
Michael Russell, CEO of H.J. Russell & Company

Breakout Sessions:

  • Legal Considerations for the Entrepreneur
  • Building Your Brand and Marketing
  • Business Plan Development
  • Social Media 101: A Primer for Today’s Entrepreneur
  • Financing Your Small Business
  • Franchising

The Atlanta Urban League Young Professionals (AULYP) is comprised of young professionals across metro Atlanta who are dedicated to serving their local communities through social and community activism.

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