Project Enterprise helps small businesses grow
Eleven entrepreneurs were honored for the completion of Project Enterprise’s new Entrepreneurial Assistance Program (EAP). They were the inaugural graduates of the business plan training program which started this January.
The Entrepreneurial Assistance Program (EAP) is a 60-hour training class designed to help participants to complete their formal business plans. Each week of the ten-week course focuses on a different aspect of the business plan and in order to graduate, all participants must complete their plan. The Entrepreneurs have access to a variety of external resources including guest speakers, one-on-one technical assistance and workshops. Project Enterprise operates the class twice a year; the next class will begin in September 2009.
The inaugural graduates of the Project Enterprise Entrepreneurial Assistance Program, Winter 2009 are:
- Lenora Carter – Party Antics by Ananda
- Daysi Fernandez – Daysi Collections
- Dallas Fuentes – Perfect Parts Pilates
- Shanita Grafals – E&A Freedom Center
- Bridgette King – Kings Pet Kare
- Makeba Lloyd – Butter by Keba (featured on U.F.)
- Maceo Roker – Roker Inner City Holdings Corp
- Yukiko Sato – Tesage
- Cynthia Shields – The Parenting Training Network
- Cynthia Williams – Kiss My Bubbles
- Diane Williams – Jovanni’s Jewels
For more information on Project Enterprise, their EAP program or any of the graduates, please contact Project Enterprise at 212-678-6734 ext. 11 or visit their website at www.projectenterprise.org.