Wells Fargo and Atlanta Tribune's SB12 Program
Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine and Wells Fargo have embarked upon an exciting partnership — further extending our reach into the community of minority businesses and entrepreneurs we serve. Twelve metro Atlanta ethnic-minority-owned small businesses have been selected to participate in the SB12 — a joint venture sponsored by AT and Wells Fargo — created to offer a dedicated pool of resources to helping each move its business to the next level.
In our 25th year of publishing, we realize that to truly make an impact a varied approach to empowering our readership, beyond the 11 issues we produce and the conferences we hold, is in order. And with Wells Fargo, we intend to do just that.
“This great initiative ties directly into our desire to satisfy all of our small business clients’ financial needs through a world-class customer experience, delivered by trained specialists,” says Sean Mabey, senior vice president and Wells Fargo’s small business director in Atlanta. “We want to provide education and financial advice and to be a trusted advisor, equipped with a variety of tools and services. This collaboration with Atlanta Tribune is right in line with that and we’re very happy to be part of it.”
Over the next 12 months, we will guide the SB12 companies through a small business boot camp with special emphasis and mentoring in the areas of finance, technology and communication, and you’ll have a front row seat through our coverage.
Stay tuned for their stories, their progress and their rise.