Please join us on April 30th at 11 am
The Entrepreneurship for Immigrants program was created in response to a high demand from many non-profit organizations in the community working with small business owners and entrepreneurs where English is not their first language. The Entrepreneurs have all type of questions related to owning or starting a small business. These entrepreneurs have great ideas and skills that can be useful to our society. They come with diverse and useful talents that can be beneficial to our business community. Their questions range from small business credit, financing, marketing, retirement and more.
The program is structured in a Question and Answer format where all of the questions come from the Entrepreneurs and fully focus on their immediate concerns and needs. The host will answer the questions with professionalism and respect. Also, each individual entrepreneur is free to articulate their questions their own way.
The program is mostly for minority, woman business owners, entrepreneurs who are struggling to get their business off the ground because they usually start their business using their own funds since they do not have access to funding such as grant and loans.
The program purpose is to answer all their questions, on banking needs, financial and credit needs, to help them overcome most obstacles and challenges that they are currently facing today. We welcome all, regardless of immigration status.
Your host will be Eddy Desir from Cambridge Savings Bank – an immigrant entrepreneur himself from Haiti.
THIS PROGRAM WILL BE IN ENGLISH AND HAITIAN CREOLE.