SBEC ANNOUNCES, “Boosting Your Bottom Line” – A Black Tie Affair!

Event designed to assist minority and women business owners navigate through tough economic times
By: Cheryl L. Bunkley
Jan. 25, 2010 - PRLog -- SBEC (The Small Business Enterprise Center), a non-profit organization committed to accelerating the growth and development of minority and women owned companies, is proud to announce, “Boosting Your Bottom Line” – an event designed to provide networking opportunities and strategic insight for business owners who are seeking new and innovative ways to elevate their business, while maintaining their bottom line.

“In this current economy, it is has become increasingly important for business owners to learn how to navigate through these tough economic waters - my goal for this event is to provide them an opportunity to network, gain new ideas, while enjoying an evening of food, fun and entertainment”, says SBEC Founder and President, Mae Merriweather.

Keynote speaker for the event will be, Marshawn Evans, previously seen on Season 4 of Donald Trump’s The Apprentice and best-selling author of, “Skirts in the Boardroom: A Woman’s Survival Guide to Success in Business & Life.”

In addition, guest entertainment will include R&B Recording Artist, Case and singer, songwriter and producer Will Ready.  

Saturday, January 30, 2010

7:00p.m. – 10:00p.m.

The 1818 Club
6500 Sugarloaf Parkway
Duluth, GA 30097

Dinner will be served promptly at 7:15 p.m. SBEC staff is showing their appreciation by distributing gift bags to all who attend.  

Tickets are $20.00 in advance and $25.00 at the door.  
Tickets can be purchased online @

The Small Business Enterprise Center, Inc. (SBEC) is a non-profit organization committed to accelerating the growth and development of minority & women owned companies. SBEC does so by providing a variety of business consulting services to minority and women business owners.  Our main focus is to bring support to minority and women business owners in Georgia and Tennessee as well as the surrounding areas. According to the US Census Bureau, minority and women owned businesses is the fastest growing segment of the business community.  Many of these businesses are started due to unemployment and lack of job security.  Unfortunately, statistics show that half of all small businesses fail within the first two years of opening their doors. SBEC was created to address this issue by educating minority small business owners on the essential keys to creating a successful business.      

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