Around the world communities are harnessing the power of public private partnerships to leverage opportunities across sectors. Discover how P3’s could be utilized for an economic harvest in our region. Join community business and civic leaders in a celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Economic Development through Main Street Gardening
Wednesday, November 19
Bradenton Performing Arts Center – Kiwanis Ballroom
Doors open 9:00am, Program 9:30 – 11:00am
This event is free thanks to the generous support of sponsors. Registration is required.
Celebrate Entrepreneurship on the Suncoast on November 19th with Jerry Ross from the National Entrepreneurship Center and Spark Growth of Sarasota-Bradenton. Jerry Ross, serial entrepreneur and executive director of the National Entrepreneur Center, will be speaking on November 19th at the Manatee Performing Arts Center in downtown Bradenton just around the corner from Manatee River’s scenic Riverwalk.
We are excited that Jerry literally has Bradenton on the map of his speaking tour.
This fast paced session explores a new model of economic development through local small business startup and growth, and it will also serve as an introduction to the newly established non-profit Station 2 Innovation Center technology and business incubator in downtown Bradenton, launched by Spark Growth’s Sara Hand and Stan Schultes.
More about Global Entrepreneurship Week:
Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is a celebration of the global entrepreneurial spirit, with events held in over 150 countries worldwide and involving more than a million people in the US alone annually during the 3rd week of November. Website: http://www.gewusa.org
In the spirit of Main Street Gardening, maps of the area with lunch locations to continue the conversations will be provided.