The AAEA proudly presents nationally recognized industry leaders that bring small business training, coaching, and marketing services right to your computer or mobile device. These professionals are dedicated to educating and equipping minority-owned businesses to build assets and operate more efficiently in order to compete effectively within the marketplace. These once-a-week Zoom workshops are FREE to participants and sponsored by the AAEA and its partners.
Opening a business and understanding credit helps get you to the table. Join us as the AAEA and Matt Rogers dive into an Introduction to Credit.
Joshua Sahib, Managing Director of the Lowder Center for Family Business and Entrepreneurship, Harbert College of Business at Auburn University
Many businesses struggle with getting noticed online. During this session, we will showcase a variety of free tools and low-cost resources that can help businesses build their brand, website, and expand their online presence. Participants should leave with actionable tips they can immediately implement whether they need more consistent branding, a dedicated website, or improved search rankings.
Joshua Sahib is a serial entrepreneur. Over the years, he’s led a video production business, brewery software company, artificial intelligence startup and has won both local and statewide business competitions. He has also worked in higher education for nearly a decade in a wide variety of roles.
Joshua holds a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems and two master’s degrees from The University of Alabama. For a few years, he served as Assistant Director for
the Alabama Entrepreneurship Institute where he provided coaching and other support services to a wide variety of entrepreneurs. In 2021 he joined Auburn University as the Managing Director of the Lowder Center for Family Business and Entrepreneurship where he hosts entrepreneurial events and guides early-stage startups.