Think Little, Go Big: A fun, informal, can’t-miss-it workshop in Staunton this Saturday
In Staunton, the approach to economic development is that local businesses, jobs, community, and wealth are created here at home. This January, the city is celebrating the entrepreneurs, farmers, and dreamers who aren’t afraid to start small.
The Think Little, Go Big workshop sponsored by the Staunton Creative Community Fund will include special speakers who are making it happen here at home: building small businesses, growing nonprofit organizations, forming guilds, and starting consulting services, we’re coming together in this community forum to ask one question: How do we begin?
Topics include: Marketing, Funding, Creative Partnerships, Getting Started, No Excuse Entrepreneurism, and Open Discussion
Speakers include: Karen Lawrence (Staunton Music Guild, Karen Lawrence Creative Services, and Staunton Downtown Development Association); Erik Curren (Curren Media Group); Katie McCaskey (George Bowers Grocery and Katie McCaskey LLC); Jack Morgan (Queen City Market Place); Meghan Williamson (Staunton Creative Community Fund) and more to come!
Location: Queen City Market Place, 110 W Johnson St., Staunton
Date: Saturday, Jan. 22, 2 p.m.
Free and open to the public.