Raymond V. Haysbert, Sr. Center for Entrepreneurship
The Greater Baltimore Urban League was founded “To enable African Americans to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power, and civil rights.” In keeping with it’s mission, GBUL, in partnership with the National Urban League, launched the Raymond V. Haysbert, Sr. Center for Entrepreneurship. The Haysbert Center brings high caliber business counseling and support services to the community level. The Haysbert Center provides workshops, seminar series, and one-on-one counseling.
The #HaysbertCenter conducts a series of workshops that provide in-depth education and training in topics such as drafting a business plan, marketing and promoting your business, management, customer service, managing employees, technology and financing your business venture. The workshops are pen to the public. Get the List of Workshops HERE!
The #HaysbertCenter conducts goal oriented classes to help for-profit and non-profit businesses reach certain benchmarks in the seminar series. For example, the Haysbert Center recently hosted a series in which new non-profit leaders learned how to find, apply, and submit winning grant proposals.
ONE-ON-ONE COUNSELING & MENTORING
The #HaysbertCenter provides individualized consultation for entrepreneurs through staff and consultants. Your personal consultant becomes a thought partner and coach to help move your business to the next level.
To become a client or get more information, please click here, call 410-523-8150 extension 702, or email us at Haysbert@gbul.org.
The Haysbert Center is named for the late Raymond V. Haysbert, Sr., a former chairman of the Greater Baltimore Urban League and famed African American business and civic leader from Baltimore that took the Park Sausage Company to the New York Stock Exchange. He founded and profitably operated numerous enterprises throughout the region well into his 80’s. His philosophy for personal initiative combined with collective effort is well known throughout the community in Baltimore and was widely promoted among the city’s civic, business and political leadership.