#NELAMILLS are ready to launch their businesses into the world, and what better way to get started than with the knowledge of local LSBDC at University of Louisiana at Monroe along with Patrick May, AVP of Business Relations, Centric Federal Credit Union.

This is a very unique platform to reach out to the generation of entrepreneurs. They have a wealth of knowledge at their fingertips, so we are getting to them right there! The LSBDC at ULM will use Twitter and Facebook to spread the issues and solutions of modern day business practices.

“Millennials are poised to take advantage of the extensive opportunities available due to their tech savvy customs. Still, they need to understand the basics of starting and running a business,”  said Dr.Babin, Professor, ULM College of Business

More than half the millennial generation would choose working independently to having a traditional 8 to 5. They have grown up during a time of economic disruption and crave a change in the way we currently conduct business.

“Millennials are the next generation using technology at its best and changing the way of business every moment. We are putting much needed information into their hands.  They can now know and depend on the LSBDC at ULM and their community of Northeast Louisiana for support in their endeavors,” said Virendra Chhikara, LSBDC at ULM Center Director

The event is set for November 19, starting at 11:30 a.m. in Stubbs Hall at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, Room 117.

To participate in the #NELAMILLS social media forum, your social media post should include: Your Question? –FirstNameLastName #NELAMILLS



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