The Snellville Entrepreneur Summit will return to Snellville City Hall on Tuesday (Oct. 15).
The program will begin at 6:30 p.m. at 2342 Oak Rd., following 30 minutes of networking with mentors, vendors and other entrepreneurs.
This quarterly event is hosted by the City of Snellville Office of Economic Development in collaboration with the Snellville Entrepreneur Council. Its aim is to introduce entrepreneurs to the tools available through the City of Snellville such as the Peer Advisory Board and the Snellville Business Toolbox, an online platform designed to make starting a new business simple.
Those who are planning to attend should register online at www.snellville.org. In the past, the summits have been so popular with the business community they have drawn standing-room-only crowds. But, it is also possible to register on site the night of the event.
The keynote speaker for the fourth quarter summit is Dennis Daniels, president of Renaissance Executive Forums. Daniels will share important information about "Differentiating Your Business by Creating a Unique Customer Experience." Daniels, who has helped to coordinate the summits for the city, says business owners sometime stay up until 2 a.m. or 3 a.m. worrying about how to pay bills and how to make payroll and the like.
"We provide tools that can solve these problems for you and basically give you your life back," Daniels said.
Surveys show that those who have attended found the summits to be so helpful they plan to attend future events and many have said they walked away with an idea that they planned to implement in their business immediately.
The above is a news release from the city of Snellville.