Things have quickly evolved over the last month of quarantine here in Birmingham, especially for our small business community. That’s why our Business Growth team launched its Biz Growth Resiliency workshop series—to help entrepreneurs make sense of what’s happening and to prepare them to be even better once Birmingham lights back up.
Bronze McGhee Lougheed, co-owner of Ebony Arrington Dance Studio and founder of the nonprofit SISTA, Inc., has attended all of the workshops held so far. She said she’s found both resources and a source of optimism through the series. Here’s what she had to say about her experience thus far:
Register for Thursday’s workshop, Maximizing Digital During a Disaster. We’ll explore marketing strategies, tactics and tools to firm up your digital marketing foundation during a disaster and beyond with experts from Red Diamond Coffee and Tea, Google and Big Communications.
REV has been engaged with our partners to ensure we are being as collaborative and clear as possible in messaging to our community the resources available to Birmingham entrepreneurs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Let's bounce back together: Our plan to work with partners to support small businesses and Bring Bham Back
ogether we will bring Birmingham’s small business community back stronger than ever by deploying programming, placemaking and policy advocacy to help brick and mortar businesses recover from the economic impacts of COVID-19.
Allow us to reintroduce our small business owners as they help Bring Bham Back + learn about The Great Receipt Race
Now, more than ever, it’s important that you hear the stories of our small business owners—The people who make Birmingham awesome.