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November 19
LAST NIGHT’S BREWING THE AMERICAN DREAM SPEED COACHING EVENT IN AUSTIN! premium

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Another successful Brewing the American Dream Speed Coaching event took place in downtown Austin last night at Capital FactorySamuel Adams and Accion teamed up with local lending partner, LiftFund to bring the unique free Speed Coaching event to food and beverage entrepreneurs in the Austin area.  57 small food and beverage business owners were able to meet for six twenty minute one on one coaching sessions with business professionals coaching on a range of expertise including marketing, legal, accounting, sales, lending, real estate, promotions and more! This was the first time the Brewing the American Dream Speed Coaching event came to Austin! Learn more about Accion’s partnerships with Samuel Adams and Brewing the American Dream Speed Coaching here!…

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November 12
BREWING THE AMERICAN DREAM SPEED COACHING TRAVELS TO AUSTIN! premium

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Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream and the LiftFund are excited to bring a Speed Coaching event to Austin, TX! The event will kick off with a networking reception at 6:30pm. During the reception attendees will have the opportunity to network and sign up for the consulting stations that are most relevant to their business, which include: Marketing and E-Commerce, Packaging, Sales and Distribution, Business Financing, Legal Advice for Your Business …and more!  After brief welcome remarks, attendees will have the chance to meet for multiple 20 minute sessions with business experts from Samuel Adams, LiftFund, SCORE and others to receive personalized coaching and network with other small business owners.

 

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November 6
Vaughn Grant III, Endless Customizing Apparel premium

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Offering personalized clothing with character at an affordable price

Vaughn Grant III has been an entrepreneur for as long as he can remember. He has run errands for elderly congregants of his local church, rushing to fulfill the needs of others before his own. When he worked for a uniform-making business, Vaughn saw an opportunity to build a profitable enterprise by accommodating non-wholesale orders. “I wanted to make customizing apparel more affordable, allowing individuals and small businesses to access these products,” Vaughn says.

In 2007, Vaughn opened Endless Customizing Apparel, a retail shop that offers screen printing, tackle twill embroidery, direct-to-garment printing, and rhinestone application. The business locally sources fabrics from hometown vendors including Hudson’s Embroidery and Fellers Vinyl Wrap Supply Company. Partnering with local businesses allows Vaughn to commit to a stable product source as well as keep resources circulating throughout his community.

Thanks to Accion’s partnership with The …

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