The Atlanta Microenterprise Initiative or AMI is a 9-week workshop series that helps emerging and new entrepreneurs learn how to start and manage a successful business. You will also learn how to determine funding needs and write a detailed business plan.
Topics include business licensing and regulation; marketing, including primary and secondary research and analyses; business taxes, tax credits and other incentives; bookkeeping; sales/business development; operations; contract and equal employment opportunity laws; presentation skills; and business technology and e-commerce. AMI is an income-based program and new classes form three times per year.
Anyone who wants to enroll in AMI is encouraged to participate in an orientation, which will discuss course components, requirements and expectations. The information session will provide a brief description of the topics covered and the benefits available to clients who successfully complete the series.
Select one date from the following for orientation:
May 15, from 12 – 2pm
May 22, from 12- 2pm
May 23, from 6 – 7pm
May 29, from 12 – 2pm
The Womens Economic Development Agency (WEDA) is a bilingual non-profit organization with the mission to help women achieve economic independence, create opportunity, and, build a business community through entrepreneurship. Its mission is supported by a program of innovative seminars, workshops and the AMI course series.
Donations are welcome.