Current Publishing LLC, a weekly community-based publication in multiple north side communities, announced that they will be the media sponsor of the EAC’s Entrepreneurship Celebration Conference planned for October 18. As a media sponsor, Current will provide publicity for the conference through its publications.
The Entrepreneurship Celebration Conference: Learn, Grow, Succeed is a premier networking and learning event for entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs, business leaders, investors and others will make connections as they learn how to succeed in today’s business environment. The Celebration will culminate with the reception and awards presentation to the top emerging, established, and mature business based in Hamilton County.
“We are excited to be a part of this innovative program, supporting entrepreneurial development in the area’” said Steve Greenberg, Co-founder, Executive Vice President and General Manager, of Current Publishing.
“Current’s publications reach the entrepreneurs and business leaders who will attend the Celebration Conference,” said Cathy Langlois, Executive Director of the EAC. “Current’s sponsorship will provide visibility of the outstanding entrepreneurs speaking at the conference as well as the entrepreneurial businesses who receive awards.”
The event will be held on October 18 at the Monon Center East in Carmel beginning at 9am. For more information on becoming a sponsor visit http://goentrepreneurs.org/upcoming-events/celebration/ or email email@example.com.
About Current Publishing LLC:
Current Publishing was co-founded by Steve Greenberg and Brian Kelly who continue to actively manage the company. Current’s weekly publications reach 104,339 households and serve the communities of Carmel, Westfield, Fishers, Noblesville, and, most recently, Zionsville. The editorial content is gathered weekly from all corners in the communities. Current is proud to say that, “We are for, by and about the communities we serve.”
About The Entrepreneurship Advancement Center:
The Entrepreneurship Advancement Center (EAC) started in 2005 as an entrepreneurship education initiative of the Hamilton County Alliance, the local economic development organization. The initiative focused on supporting high school entrepreneurship education through a variety of activities including highly successful business plan competitions. In January 2010, EAC spun off of HCA as its own 501(c) 3 and expanded its focus to provide education and support to entrepreneurial businesses.