Join us for a free half-day course in the basics of starting, running, and growing your own small business. The event will be led by tech entrepreneur Brian Hamilton, who has been featured in Inc., Forbes, Fortune, Entrepreneur, U.S. News, MSNBC, and Fox Business. Hamilton understands what it means to start small — his first businesses were a landscaping service and coin laundromat. He went on to found Sageworks, the nation’s first financial technology company, which he sold in May in one of the largest exits in North Carolina history.
Drew Findling, best known as Atlanta’s #BillionDollarLawyer, will deliver the keynote presentation. An entrepreneur in his own right, Findling is legal counsel to many of today’s biggest hip-hop stars, including Gucci, Offset, Quevo, Waka Flocka Flame, amongst many others.
Come as you are – there is no dress code. The event is free, but pre-registration through Eventbrite is required.
By the end of the event, you will have the basics for starting a business and beginning your new entrepreneurial life. Learn from people who have been exactly where you are and who have become successful.
Saturday, January 26, 2019
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM EST
#SecondChances Atlanta was developed for everyone, but particularly for people with the odds stacked against them, including people for whom a traditional office job is not a good fit, people who have been judicially involved, and military veterans reentering civilian life. #SecondChances Atlanta is hosted by the Brian Hamilton Foundation and Inmates to Entrepreneurs.
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Parking: Parking garage connected to the Loudermilk Conference Center.
Tech entrepreneur Brian Hamilton, who recently sold his company, Sageworks, is the founder of the Brian Hamilton Foundation and Inmates to Entrepreneurs.
AJ Ware, a successful businessman who was formerly incarcerated, is co-chair of Inmates to Entrepreneurs’ Board of Directors.
Known as Atlanta’s #BillionDollarLawyer, Findling’s clients include many of the world’s hottest hip-hop stars. Findling is president of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, which has long been focused on the importance of providing second chances to individuals who have served their time.
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