By Kay Whatley, Editor
The Business Alliance of North Carolina is growing again, with formation of a new Chapter in Goldsboro NC.
The Business Alliance recently held meetings with the Milspo (Military Spouses) Project in Goldsboro, which resulted in expansion and creation of a Business Alliance of NC – Goldsboro chapter.
Says Business Alliance founder and president, Melanie Paul, “We are looking forward to expanding the structure, support and resources in the Business Alliance to the entrepreneurs and small businesses in Goldsboro and having collaboration between the businesses in Goldsboro and those in the Raleigh-Durham area.”
All are welcome, and entrepreneurs, business owners, and military spouses interested in growing a business are expected to attend the Goldsboro meetings from the Goldsboro area and as far away as Raleigh.
This Business Alliance of NC – Goldsboro Chapter group has set up a Meetup page for easier coordination. This group’s meetings are designed to:
Provide the support, structure and resources for entrepreneurs and small businesses in the Goldsboro area.
Structure is built through our workshops, trainings and monthly meetings.
Support is built through expansion loans, business scholarships and entrepreneurial programs.
Resources are available through monthly networking meetings and collaborative business teams.
The new Chapter’s goals are building a community of “like-minded entrepreneurs and business owners who work together as referral partners for one another, thus building each other up as a collective, much higher than can be done individually.”
The Chapter is planning to hold a “Think Tank” each month in Goldsboro, which is located in Wayne County NC. The group is currently seeking a regular meeting location. Just formed in April 2016, the group already has more than two dozen members.
For a listing of the events in Goldsboro, visit www.meetup.com/Business-Alliance-of-NC-Goldsboro-Chapter.
To find out more about the Milspo Project in Goldsboro NC, visit their Facebook page.