DeKalb County is partnering with Operation HOPE to offer a free, eight-week entrepreneurship training course.
By Zachary Hansen
A DeKalb County commissioner allocated $200,000 toward an entrepreneurship training program that focuses on operating a business post-pandemic.
The program’s orientation will take place 4 p.m. Tuesday. Upon completion, participants “will receive assistance with small business loans and secondary resources to progressively move their businesses forward,” the release said. The DeKalb County Community Development Department will oversee the program and funding.
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