Creative Workforce Solutions Conference: Meet George Gadson of Florida SBDC at Florida Atlantic University
A virtual conference to promote special needs focused entrepreneurship and social enterprises.
George E. Gadson is a Senior Business Growth Consultant at the Florida SBDC at Florida Atlantic University. He provides business consulting services to both for profit and not for profit corporations, drawing from his 20 plus years of management experience with large banking Institutions, as well as small private and public corporations. Mr. Gadson is also owner of George Gadson Studios, and is one of Florida’s most well-known and highly sought after artist. He has been commissioned to create works of art for many high profile events and individuals, such as two South Florida Super Bowls sculptures and a special invitation from Laura Bush in 2008 to create an ornament for the White House Christmas Tree.
What will I learn during this presentation?
The presentation will provide information on the resources available for businesses, ranging from the basic of business startups to resources to for more seasoned organizations.
Who should attend?
Our target audiences are business start ups and existing businesses.
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