Byron Campbell of DeKalb Community Development and Erica Bracey of the Urban League of Metro Atlanta are headlining the South DeKalb Business Association’s Feb. 27 lunch meeting.
Campbell is the county’s grants administration manager and Bracey is Special Program manager of the Urban League’s Entrepreneurship Center. They will speak about DeKalb’s new Micro-Enterprise Business Program and discuss its benefits.
The Micro-Enterprise Program provides small businesses with access to training, coaching and support services that are designed to support business development, growth and expansion.
Eligible businesses must be less than two years old. Owners must live in or have a business in DeKalb County.
Incoming SDBA president Delphyne Lomax-Taylor will be sworn in at the meeting.
This will be Lomax-Taylor’s third stint as SDBA president. She was president in 1998 and 2008. Lomax-Taylor is princi–pal of Lithonia-based V&L Research and Consulting Inc.
The 11:30 to 1 p.m. meeting takes place in the banquet room at This Is It BBQ, 2853 Panola Road in Lithonia. It is free for SDBA members. Visitors pay $20.
For more information or to register, email firstname.lastname@example.org.