Richland Library’s most recent Entrepreneur in Residence, Kimico Myers, looks at what it takes to makes sales in our new normal.
Kimico knows a thing or two about pivoting – as the library’s most recent EiR, he was a month into his residency when COVID-19 shuttered businesses and organizations. Now, he is taking his knowledge virtually, with a discussion on “Prospecting During the COVID-19 Crisis” (runtime: 12 minutes).
Richland Library’s entrepreneur-in-residence program was created in 2018 as part of a grant awarded through the Google Impact Challenge. In addition to offering the Entrepreneur in Residency, the library lends entrepreneurial equipment to customers. As the grant came to an end in May, Richland Library continues to serve its community as a risk-free entrepreneurial hub through innovative programming, meeting with customers via one on one appointments, and continuous conversations.
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