Empowering & Developing Georgia's Entrepreneurs
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The Edge is the only Women’s Business Center in Cobb County–one of only two in the state of Georgia–funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.
CELEBRATING A RICH HISTORY AND AN EVEN BRIGHTER FUTURE
It is a well-documented fact that 92% of all businesses in the United States are “small”. They are the true job creators and innovators, and The Edge has been supporting Georgia’s entrepreneurs for 20 years. As an SBA Women’s Business Center, we are proud of our investment in women-owned businesses, and our vision for the #next20 years includes TheEdge250, an initiative to identify 250 funders for 250 women every year for the next five years, and The Edge COLLECTIVE, a community designed to start and sustain small businesses. Will you join us?
The Edge is a prime example of how resources come together to help Georgia citizens launch, build, and grow their businesses! The organization directly impacts positive economic development and changes the lives of these entrepreneurs.
The Edge is where the next best business in metro Atlanta is planted. Its owner can go there to find resources to cultivate, to expand, and to grow that idea on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. They get the right tools and techniques from the resources available at The Edge. That’s what inspired me to join this board. That’s what inspires me to help these individuals every single day. That’s why I’m excited to see what The Edge can do in 2018 for the metro Atlanta area and surrounding counties.
The Edge has been a strong, effective partner to the Microenterprise community. More than 3,000 businesses have launched, grown, or been sustained because of The Edge. For the last 12 years, we have operated the largest, most impactful SBA Women’s Business Center in the state of Georgia. The Edge is where businesses begin and grow.
I support The Edge because I have a passion for entrepreneurship, and The Edge is doing phenomenal work in their support of small and micro-businesses. I am particularly moved by the work The Edge does with women and veterans. The Edge provides accessible, quality services that allow businesses to not only survive, but to thrive.
I support The Edge because, as a professional and a micro/solo business owner, I want to help the organization create the strategy and build the infrastructure for long term success & sustainability. As The Edge pivots in their 20th year into a more mindful approach to empowering and developing Georgia’s entrepreneurs, I want to be one of many to raise a hand and say that I was instrumental in the movement they began to change lives.