Windstream and Inc. Magazine Host Small Business Panel in Lincoln
Windstream and Inc. (http://smallbusiness.windstream.com/) partnered to host a small business panel at the Grand Manse on December 9. The panel, titled “Power to the Small,” was led by Inc. contributing editor Burt Helm who moderated a discussion with Stephanie Jarrett, co-founder of Bulu Box; Chris Davis, co-founder and CTO of Travefy; and Jennifer Rosenblatt, founder and customer champion of Argyle Octopus Press. Sarah Day, Windstream’s President of Small Business and Consumer, emceed the event.
Sixty-five people attended for a night of networking and small business discussion. The panelists covered a range of topics, including growth strategies, benefits of doing business in Lincoln, goal setting to move your business forward and other key ingredients to entrepreneurial success.
The event was part of Windstream’s continued commitment to the communities it serves, building stronger connections and supporting residents and small businesses. In Lincoln, the Power to the Small Panel complements Windstream’s Locally Crafted series and Smart Tomorrow contest for high school students.
For those who would like to learn more, insights from the panel will be shared through stories on Inc.com in 2016. In the meantime, for more information about Windstream Small Business visit http://smallbusiness.windstream.com/.