Starting a new business can present some serious challenges, but new local resources can help.
Achievers Entrepreneur Hub hosted an open house to showcase their new space, designed to help foster entrepreneurship in the community. According to its director, the center offers classes on how to get started and build the workforce, as well as a space for getting started.
These offices are below market rates for certain types of schemes and can help move things along.
“This provides a place of resources for those who may be disadvantaged and those who don’t have the resources necessary to achieve fairness and equality,” said Bishop Frankie Quinn, director of the Achievers Center for Entrepreneurship.
The hub is located at 930 Liberty Street, formerly known as Temple Anshe Hesed.