Biz Foundry celebrates Cookeville-based global non-profit

COOKEVILLE – Few in the community know that a global non-profit calls the Upper Cumberland its home base, and The Biz Foundry wants to change that during Global Entrepreneurship Week.

Every November, across the globe, people celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week. The Biz Foundry is thrilled to partner with Flint Global to bring a Founder Spotlight night where the community can hear from the founders of The Biz Foundry, Flint, Shehla Rooney of GOKnee (a local company with a global scale) and eMoney Center (a Tanzanian company).

Flint Global launched in 2020 with the initiative to ignite change by training, mentoring and providing critical connections related to business, entrepreneurship and practical skills for vibrant living.

The Biz Foundry has worked with Flint’s founder, Travis Trull, for years as a coworking member at The Biz Foundry and share in his passion for empowering entrepreneurs, including supporting the startup efforts on an entrepreneur center opening in Kenya in 2022.

The public is invited to attend the Founders Spotlight on Tuesday, Nov. 16 at Red Silo Brewing Company from 5 – 7 p.m. Admission is free, but registration is requested here.

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