ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (May 3, 2023) – The Kentucky Small Business Development Center will host the ribbon cutting and open house for the Center of Kentucky Entrepreneurship Wednesday, May 3 at 12 p.m. EDT at 1201 North Dixie Highway in Elizabethtown. This event celebrates Small Business Week and will showcase the entrepreneurial services of the Center of Kentucky Entrepreneurship.
Guests will be able to tour the facility and Innovation Campus, which offers resources for entrepreneurs and small business owners to help grow their businesses. The event will also feature guest speakers and refreshments.
The Center of Kentucky Entrepreneurship is a joint effort between the Kentucky SBDC in Elizabethtown, Central Region Ecosystem for Arts, Technology, and Entrepreneurship, Kentucky APEX Accelerator, Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation, and Kentucky Innovation. Together, these organizations are committed to fostering entrepreneurship and economic growth in Kentucky.
“We are thrilled for the opening of the Center of Kentucky Entrepreneurship in Elizabethtown,” said Patricia Krausman, director, Kentucky SBDC in Elizabethtown. “This new location for the Elizabethtown office will provide entrepreneurs with the resources and support they need to start and grow their businesses. We are excited for this new opportunity to help stimulate economic growth in the region.”
This event is open to the public and organizers encourage anyone interested in local small business development and entrepreneurship to come learn more about available resources.
Kentucky Small Business Development Center is co-sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration and is administered by the University of Kentucky’s College of Agriculture, Food and Environment in partnership with regional academic institutions, economic development organizations, the private sector and the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Kentucky SBDC is funded, in part, through a Cooperative Agreement with the U. S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of SBA.
UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, through its land-grant mission, reaches across the commonwealth with teaching, research and extension to enhance the lives of Kentuckians.