BLINC: Business Librarianship in North Carolina

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BLINC is the section of NCLA that focuses on supporting entrepreneurship, small business, nonprofits, and business education.
 
Every year since we formed in 2003, BLINC has met for free, quarterly workshops open to all. We meet in different cities each time. The workshops feature peer-training, peer-mentoring, discussions, and resource sharing.
 
BLINC uses a Google Group to allow its members to communicate with each other. If you would like to be added, just email Steve Cramer (see below).
 


BLINC winter workshop:
 
The event is free and everyone is welcome. The focus after lunch will be BLINC strategic planning for the next two years, so no worries if you want to leave after lunch (although you are welcome to stay in participate in our brainstorming).
 
December 6th, Wednesday:
Greensboro Public Library -- Central Library (downtown)
219 N Church St, Greensboro, NC 27401
Park in the adjacent parking deck on Church St. and bring your ticket into the library.
 
Agenda:
9:30-10: breakfast snacks and networking
10-10:40: introductions & our top take-aways from NCLA 2017
10:40-11:20: Arnetta Giradeau (M.L.S., J.D.) on the types of NC legal incorporations of businesses
11:20-11:35: Sneak peek at the ReferenceUSA Historical Business data module (new to NC LIVE in Jan. 2018)
11:35-1: lunch at local restaurants
1-3: BLINC strategic planning

 


Officers for 2017-19:

  • Chair: Steve Cramer, UNCG (smcramer [at] uncg [dot] edu)
  • Vice-Chair: Sara Thynne, Alamance Community College
  • Secretary/Treasurer: Arnetta Girardeau, NCCU