Let’s Innovate through Education

Creative Communities Partner

Let’s Innovate through Education empowers African-American/Latino high school students to launch entrepreneurial ideas in their own communities. Through our program, students go through a six-month incubator where they meet once a week for six months to develop an idea. After developing their idea through a customer feedback process, the students learn how to market, pitch, budget, and launch their ideas with limited seed investments of $750.

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EPIcenter Memphis President and CEO Joins Inaugural Center for American Entrepreneurship Board of Directors

Nashville, Tenn., (November 6, 2017) – Leslie Lynn Smith, president and CEO of EPIcenter, has joined the Board of Directors for the Center for American Entrepreneurship (CAE), a nonpartisan policy, research, and advocacy organization. CAE’s mission is to engage policymakers in Washington, and at the state and local level across the nation, regarding … read more

How to be a Better Business Owner: 3 Tips to Increase Productivity and Happiness

Written by Rebekah Collinsworth, Marketing Director at Accountfully   There’s a lot that goes into running a business. For even the most realistic of entrepreneurs and business owners, it ultimately ends up being more work than they ever imagined it would be at the outset. And unfortunately, because many of them try … read more