The Gwinnett Entrepreneur Center (GEC) will be a County-sponsored facility designed to support entrepreneurs and nurture small businesses startups. The GEC will provide budding entrepreneurs with instruction, networking connections, coworking space, and offices. The center is scheduled to open in late 2020 in existing space on Perry Street in downtown Lawrenceville. The GEC is funded by the County and federal Community Development Block Grant revenues.
Services available to regional entrepreneurs will include:
Later this year, an online application will be available on this site. See below to sign up to be notified when the application is available and to receive periodic updates on the center.
Sign up for news about the centerThe County will email periodic updates beginning in 2020 as development of the GEC progresses. If you are interested in receiving updates, click here to sign up.
About This Episode
In this episode of Good Morning Gwinnett I'm joined by Vivien Rayam who recently opened a Code Ninja franchise at the Shoppes in Snellville. Vivien shares with us why she wanted to start this type of franchise and why our kids need the skills that are taught there. She also shares some of her pain points as a franchise owner as well as some of the things to think about if you want to start a company that is a franchise. Sit back and enjoy!
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