Macon-Bibb County is teaming up with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to host a forum for entrepreneurs on Wednesday.
The Community Investment Forum will be held from 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. in the fourth floor conference room at the Terminal Station, 200 Cherry St. Along with entrepreneurs, bank representatives are also invited to attend and learn more about an economic revitalization program, according to a release.
“We want to let banks and businesses know about the potential in our area for a Community Development Financial Institution,” James Bumpus, director of Macon-Bibb’s Small Business Affairs office, said in the release. “With such an organization, micro loans for $500 to $5 million could be provided to business start-ups.”