West Virginia Women's Business Center To Host Williamson Community Day on October 13th




FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Media Contact: Hannah Fetty

(681) 208-5345 | hannah@wvwomen.org



WEST VIRGINIA WOMEN’S BUSINESS CENTER HOSTS WILLIAMSON COMMUNITY DAY


Williamson, W.Va. – On Thursday, October 13, the WV Women’s Business Center (WBC) in


conjunction with the, U.S. Small Business Administration, Partner Community Capital and the


Tug Valley Chamber of Commerce will host a Community Day at Downtown Yoga in


Williamson, WV from 9 am - 3 pm.



The WV WBC Community Day will provide current and future small business owners in the area


a variety of walk-in services. Attendees will be able to meet a business advisor, speak with a


lender from Partner Community Capital (PCAP) and attend a training on Choosing the Best


Legal Structure for Your Small Business, presented by Kim Donahue of the Small Business


Administration (SBA). This event will also give attendees the opportunity to connect and network


with fellow business owners in the community.


Computers, snacks and coffee will also be available.



For more details and a schedule of the day’s events, please visit: communityday.wvwomen.org.


Attendees can register for the event or just stop in!



The WV WBC Community Day in Williamson, WV is the first of many Community Days to come


throughout the state of West Virginia. The goal of these events is to connect entrepreneurs to


the WV WBC and to other resources that can help them start, scale and succeed.



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The WV WBC serves all 55 of West Virginia’s counties and exists to support anyone with a


dream or idea—regardless of their background, age, or previous experience—with the right


tools to start, scale, and succeed in business. When women and people of color gain access to


the tools necessary to create thriving businesses or to scale up their small businesses, local


economies are strengthened, needs of communities are met, and opportunities are multiplied in


West Virginia.


The WV Women’s Business Center is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the


U.S. Small Business Administration and hosted by Partner Community Capital, a small business


loan fund that supports underserved communities in central Appalachia and the Southeast.


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