This year, the Governor’s Small Business Conference will come to South Texas via Edinburg. The conference combines and features private and public small business resources, practical solutions and best practices. It also features expert assistance on a broad range of both business topics and challenges. The conference will take place March 28 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance.
The forum will provide timely, relevant, actionable advice on how to start, operate, grow and sustain a businesses.
“This will be a great opportunity for our business community from throughout the Rio Grande Valley to come together to network, acquire tools and resources on how to grow and sustain their businesses, and learn about the resources and opportunities available to them through the Governor’s Office, local, regional, state and federal agencies,” said Edinburg Mayor and Edinburg EDC Board Director Richard Molina.
“We look forward to hosting the Governor’s Small Business Conference and working with UTRGV and the RGV Partnership to foster opportunities for regional partnerships, growth, and business education,” stated Joey Treviño, Edinburg EDC executive director. “As Governor Abbott has stated, ‘Small business owners truly are the backbone of our economy,’ and we are proud to partner with them to help ensure they have the knowledge and tools to help their businesses grow.”
The forum will also include the Governor’s Small Business Awards to recognize local outstanding businesses in Texas.
Parking and lunch will also be provided. A limited number of registration scholarships may be available to small businesses and entrepreneurs who cannot afford the registration fee. To learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org your interest and inquiries.