DETROIT— Urban Rebound Detroit, taking place Sept. 30 through Oct. 1, is a business growth initiative for women business owners in the greater Los Angeles, Detroit and Charlotte, NC, regions funded by a grant from the Sam’s Club Giving Program. Urban Rebound was developed to bring 100 women business owners from each of these areas to $250,000 in annual revenues within 18-36 months using a proven combination of professional business coaching and education, confidence building, and support from a strong community of peers.
The goal of Urban Rebound is to help strengthen women entrepreneurs by providing the tools and support system needed to be sustainable assets in their communities by contributing to job creation and economic activity, as well as fostering financial stability within their own households.
Urban Rebound is developed by Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence and funded by a grant from the Sam’s Club Giving Program. Count Me In has galvanized thousands of women to take steps toward growing their businesses with proven tools, business coaching, community support and more.
Detroit City Council member, Kwame Kenyatta proclaimed Sept. 18 as “Urban Rebound Day” in honor of the Urban Rebound Detroit event.