By Trinity Chism
According to the website, National Entrepreneurship Week, “is a non-partisan, congressionally-chartered initiative founded in 2006.” There will be networking events and workshops to help businesses hone their craft and educate themselves. Events will be held Feb. 13-20.
"Entrepreneurs many times do not have access to the resources and information. It is good to know that legislators understand the importance of acknowledging black businesses," said Paula Anderson, founder and president of Writing by Design Media, Inc.
When there is a need to be met or a problem to be solved, society looks to innovative and creative thinkers. Creative and innovative thinkers have the ability to develop skills to make the lives of everyday people better.
Click below to read the resolution passed in 2006.
Trinity Chism is an intern. She is a student at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta.