Opening a business is like enrolling in a school program where you will never graduate. It’s like adding another child to your family. It takes perseverance, stamina and there is absolutely no substitute for hard work.
Nilson Goes, the founder of Infinite Energy Construction, knows this all too well and will share his riveting story of the journey he traveled to start and grow his highly successful business as a minority entrepreneur. This story will inspire, educate, and motivate anyone struggling to start and grow a business.
In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month, SCORE is excited to share Nilson’s story with you and help propel you forward on your own business journey.
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Cathy Honeycutt, Beach Realty Group
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Kim Bryant, Bryant Accounting
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Celeste Bondurant-Bell, Director of Community Development, Little River Medical Center
440 Hwy 90 E
Little River, SC 29566