Our goal. Our goal is to graduate up to 16 small business ventures over the next three years to support further development of our Holistic Food Systems Network. As the lead business service provider, NEXT Steps – SBI will utilize our resources to demonstrate the economic impact a small urban farm can have on its local community. To date, we have begun working with the following start-up businesses that sell through the SWOOM Atlanta Market Project and the Herb & Farm Online Market at our Atwood Model sites:
|SWOOM Market Project||4 Tha Sol!
Cajun Culinary Artists
|Jails To Nails
|Reel Kidz of Atlanta
Youth Digital Training
|Living Healthy, Happy & Green Sustainable Cultural Arts||To My Sweeties
Healthy Baked Goods
|National Black Men’s Health Network||Whitty Apps
Women/Girls I.T. Training
Youth Culinary Tour
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our programs, services and upcoming events.
These local entrepreneurs are working hard to solve problems in their communities. The NEXT Steps Small Business Incubator invite investors to make a donation, purchase a gift certificate or help seed our micro-lending program. We will be hosting investor meetings throughout the year. Please email Dana Jewel Harris if you are interested in attending or wish to submit a Request For Proposal.
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|JUST $1 CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
NEXT Steps integrates our NS-SBI members into our Holistic Food Systems Network. Their programs and services become the foundation of all our recruitment, training, certification, and direct-hire initiatives. They also serve as community partners to our youth development programs which provides internships, career shadowing and resume-building opportunities.
NS-SBI Services include: