Preparing for post-pandemic progress as an entrepreneur
Learn to create a business plan
OW Staff Writer | 4/7/2021, 3:22 p.m.
If you are a minority entrepreneur looking to expand your business or launch a start-up and need help in developing a business plan, organizers believe opportunity is knocking at your door!
A unique program is helping Black entrepreneurs get prepared for post-pandemic progress.
Organizers are inviting you to attend the Quarles Business Opportunity Center (QBOC) Grand Opening Saturday, April 24 from 2 to 5 p.m. and enroll in the Miracle’s Entrepreneur Program (MEP) – a free, three-month Business-plan-Development Course.
Upon completion certified graduates receive complimentary Doing-Business-As (DBA) registration. QBOC is located at 10224 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA.
MEP is administered by the Entrepreneur Educational Center, Inc. and supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration, Los Angeles, and Los Angeles County second district. Sponsors include Black Business Association, JGM, Popeyes, and 94.7 THE WAVE.
Visit www.entrepreneureducationalcenter.org or call (323) 757-7506 for more information. The organization mission for minority entrepreneurs is “Building a Better Community…One Small Business at a Time.”