HIGH POINT, N.C. (WGHP) — Who doesn’t love a one-stop shopping experience?
When it comes to opening or expanding a business, it’s not just about convenience — it could be the difference between success or failure.
“I needed some structure and how to articulate my business or me just for development. I wanted some help branding the business or re-branding the business, and she was able to direct me. I was also looking to do a non-profit for my business. Elma was able to direct me to the people who could help me get that started,” Valencia Haizlip, owner of Sew-U-Nique, said.
Tess Bargebuhr highlights how the YWCA of High Point is meeting those needs with the help of the High Point Community Foundation.
If you’d like to learn more about the Women’s Resources Center, give the YWCA of High Point a call.