Start:ME In The News
The City of Evanston Celebrates Start:ME's Graduating Entrepreneurs.
(First Row- Left to right)
Emma Shirey, StartME team
Melinda Chappell, owner of EmC's Virtual Assisting Services
Leroy Hopkins, owner of Hopkins Security Consulting Services:
Karla Dunn, working to launch Karryout Kitchen
Alicia Jackson, owner of NayNay's
Anzora Adkins, President of the Evanston Community Council
Stephona Bowman, working to launch Organized Khaos
Helaine Wilson, owner of HumbleBee Childcare Services
Dawn Tolonen, StartME Program Director
Mark Bates, owner of The Bigg Snack Daddy Snack Trap
Ashley Keith, working to launch Purpose
Vanessa Gibert, owner of Peggy's Precious Angels Daycare and Learning Center
On May 1st the city of Evanston celebrated all of the hard work and accomplishments of the 2018 Start:ME Evanston entrepreneurs and welcomed them into the Start:ME Alumni network. Join us in congratulating the 2018 StartME Evanston graduates!
Small Businesses Get a Good Start with Start:ME Entrepreneur Accelerator
Learn a bit about Start:ME from purposebuiltcommunities.org and learn about GiGail Petty and Michelle Campbell. Two successful entrepreneurs whose businesses, Let's Celebrate and Body by Chelle, have been boosted thanks to the program.
Start:ME: Xavier University accelerator focuses first on Evanston micro-entrepreneurs
The Greater Cincinnati Redevelopment Authority highlights Start:ME's success by focusing on the class of 2017.