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Georgia State University’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) and WomenLead program have joined together to celebrate Women Entrepreneurship Week (WEW) on October 18-22 by hosting an interactive virtual panel discussion featuring three female entrepreneurs as they share challenges and successes along their entrepreneurial journeys.
In this episode, Business RadioX interviews Emily Alice Wilson (B.A. ’21), a Georgia State University Alum, founder of EKAT Productions, and Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund Cohort 2 participant. She received her bachelor of arts in film and media, while she also completed her Avid Editing certification through Georgia Film Academy. Listen in.
Listen in to Business RadioX as another Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund Cohort 2 founder shares his business. In this episode Tremayne Perry, who previously worked in financial services and is now the proud owner of BUZZ Coffee and Winehouse.
Our inspiration to start the business consisted of two things, my grandfather and the pandemic. Originally, my grandfather ran a lawn care service several years before he suffered a stroke. He pretty much taught us everything from weed-eating to hedging to how-to-price, etc. Click to read more about this family business story.