Being an entrepreneur requires hustle. All entrepreneurs know there are a variety of ways to get things done – and when they can figure out how to gain access to leverageable resources, they can create extraordinarily successful businesses.
Join nationally recognized restaurateur Karl Franz Williams, as he discusses ways for small businesses to finance their company – and provides insight into helping small business owners assess what is the right approach for their business.
- Lesson 1: Access to Knowledge & Opportunity Resources
- Lesson 2: Access to Capital
- Lesson 3: Access to Community Networks
Karl Franz Williams is a nationally recognized restaurateur and mixologist from Harlem, New York, whose popular cocktail lounges throughout the tri-state area are inspired by lost stories of African American culinary history and culture.
His ventures employ over 80 employees and he has been recognized for industry leadership and quality by the Clinton Foundation, NY Times, Forbes, NY Mag, and more.
Karl is also a founding member of Harlem Park to Park, a neighborhood merchant association formed to help more local businesses succeed, and a board member of the NY Hospitality Alliance.
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