GOOD Event: Join Us for the Atlanta Business Collaborative
This post is brought to you by GOOD, with support from UPS. We’ve teamed up to bring you the Small Business Collaborative, a series sharing stories about innovative small businesses that are changing business as usual for their communities and beyond. Learn how UPS is helping small businesses work better and more sustainably here.
This April, GOOD is bringing the Small Business Collaborative to Atlanta to celebrate extraordinary Atlanta-based small business leaders that are supporting the community in creative, sustainable and groundbreaking ways.
Over the course of three days, we will create an open marketplace for select small businesses, in addition to hosting workshops for the local small business community.
Take a look at the agenda below to see participants and workshops:
Wednesday, April 17
1 p.m.: “Design Growth &
Success - How Thoughtful Design in all Aspects of your Business can Help Your
Business Grow and Become More Successful”
Panelists: Kathleen Plate/Smart Glass and Gene Cox/EcoDenizen
3 p.m.: “Growing your small business via the web,” led by Joel Cranford, UPS Online Channel Marketing Manager.”
Thursday, April 18
1 p.m.: “Smart Ways Small Businesses are Using Social
Media,” Anna Millman, UPS Social Media Supervisor
3 p.m.: Community - Essential ingredients to be a part of and support communities when growing a small business
Panelists: Robbie Hart/C4 Belts and George McKerrow/Ted’s Montana Grill
4 - 7 p.m.: Conversation and cocktails
Friday, April 19
1 p.m.: Developing a Sustainable
Business: Putting Philosophy to Practice, Environmentally & Economically
Panelists: Steve Nygren/Serenbe and Bernie Burgener/Greenhouse Accelerator Green Chamber of the South
3 p.m.: “How Sustainable Logistics Benefits Your Company.” Led by Arnold Barlow, UPS Customer Solutions Manager
To learn more about the Small Business Collaborative and join the conversation, click here to explore how innovative small businesses are changing communities.
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