IS 2024 YOUR YEAR? Perhaps. A portion of our editorial calendar below highlights special focus themes that we will be covering this year:
JANUARY 26 New year, New business
FEBRUARY 23 Black Owned Businesses
MARCH 22 Women in Business
APRIL 19 Mentors & Mentees
MAY 24 Mom-Owned Businesses
JUNE 28 Mom and Pop Shops/Family Owned
JULY 26 Government Contracting
AUGUST 23 No-Nonsense Nonprofits
SEPTEMBER 20 Education & Entrepreneurship
OCTOBER 18 Scary Good Business
NOVEMBER 15 Veteran Owned & Operated
DECEMBER 20 That’s a Wrap 2024!
If you have any story ideas or know businesses in any of these categories that would be newsworthy, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
Next month, on Leap Day, Feb. 29, 2024. We will have our first Power Breakfast of the year called Leaping Forward.
In collaboration with the Fayetteville Cumberland County Economic Development Corporation, we are bringing in Gerald Cohen, Chief Economist of the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise which is part of UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.
When discussing the next Power Breakfast with Mr. Cohen, he shared, “Uncertainty abounds in 2024 in the economic and the geopolitical spaces - likely challenging decision makers in the business and policy realms.”
He also shared some of the questions he will address at our next Power Breakfast:
What is the trajectory of the economy and how will the Fed react to it? Will housing shortages abate? How does geopolitical uncertainty impact businesses and workers? What does this suggest for Fayetteville, as well as microeconomies in North Carolina and around the United States?
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