The Greater First Coast Chamber (First CCCIT) will be partnering with the UNF Small Business Development Center (SBDC) for Black History Month to offer free business consulting and coaching from 2 to 4 pm on February 18 at chamber offices located at CenCon Cowork, 610 N Julia Street in Downtown Jacksonville. FSBDC at UNF Business Consultants Melinda B. Powers and Taylor Kennedy will be hosting the business pop-up shop in partnership with Greater First CCCIT as part of our #BHM2022 #flipthesign series. Melinda specializes in branding/marketing, strategic planning, nonprofit management, board development, process improvement and networking. Taylor specializes in social media, website development & SEO, networking, business management, and team development. If you are in this area, stop by for a few minutes to get your small business questions answered!
The Greater First Coast Chamber of Commerce, Innovation and Trade ((or Greater First CCCIT – pronounced First Seat),) is a 501c6 nonprofit membership organization launched in February 2021 with a Black History Month campaign to #FlipTheSign and reduce COVID-19 black business closures. The organization serves the North Florida and Southeast Georgia business community to help expand COVID-19 recovery initiatives around the region and address the need for long-term sustainability for underserved businesses and entrepreneurs.
We invite you to join us in our work to create economic recovery and inclusion for all. Come see us at The Greater First Coast Chamber of Commerce, Innovation and Trade (First CCCIT), located at CenCon Cowork. 610 N Julia Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202
For more information visit www.greaterfirstcoastchamber.com
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