Rubbing Elbows to Preach For Small Business

A once in a lifetime opportunity to advocate for small business was how we viewed a call from EBAY's Alexis Gallivan. 

Gallivan, who leads EBAY's Global Policy Initiative and was part of the team that integrated over 40 Greensboro small businesses to its Retail Revival Program, asked us to attend and participate in the Domestic Economic Policy Summit in Little Rock, Arkansas. 

Knowing the support and generosity of our ecosystem here in Greensboro, we strapped on the pack of purpose, hoping to put a name and a story with the chance to speak with the folks who create and form the policies that affect so many small businesses and entrepreneurs in the Triad and North Carolina.

Thanks to the News and Record and Carl Wilson for shining the light!