The Rowan IDEA Center Foundation will hold its next workshop “Keeping Tabs on your Critical Mass: Accounting, Insurance and Why You Need It” on Tuesday December 10, from 6:30-8 p.m. at City Tavern, 113 E. Fisher St. The Entrepreneurial Workshop Series continues with...
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Mikey Wetzel said the Next Big Idea Pitch Contest is shaping up to be “a big deal.”
“We are very excited about it,” Wetzel said in an email.
The contest, which will be held May 5 at the Rowan IDEA Center in the former Salisbury Mall, will encompass two “Shark Tank”-style competitions. One will involve high school students, and one will involve Rowan County residents at large.
Evidence that the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well filled the chairs Wednesday evening at the Rowan IDEA Center’s open house and first workshop in West End Plaza.
The Rowan IDEA Center will be working with regional partners to promote entrepreneurship. The talk will offer information about the regional resources to help budding entrepreneurs and existing businesses.
Addison Davis is spearheading the Rowan IDEA Center as project manager, and he’s one to keep an eye on as the center’s vision comes to life.
Addison Davis, who is the new project manager of the Rowan IDEA Center, and some other Rowan County, university and chamber leaders want to help ensure that the city or county becomes the home for local people who want to start or grow a business.
The IDEA Center has planned its first educational workshop, “Entrepreneurial Workshop No. 1: Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship in Five Key Lessons” for Feb. 7 at 6:30 p.m. at its location at the West End Plaza. For more information, contact Davis at 704-633-4221 or at Addison@rowanideacenter.com.
The Rowan IDEA Center, Inc., a new partnership among government, academia and private sector leaders in Rowan County, has adopted a logo and will begin its program to reach regional entrepreneurs at its location at West End Plaza in January 2018, according to a press release.
Entrepreneurship does more to stimulate economic development than anything else, Mickey Goodman of e2Advisors said Thursday.