Entrepreneurial affairs academy opens in western Colombia | Business


Mota Crosslinking Business Academy Ribbon Cut with CWC Chamber. Renee Lowder photo

The Mota Crosslinking Business Academy hosted an official groundbreaking ceremony in West Columbia on Wednesday and will serve as a connection point for aspiring professionals.

The academy offers courses for developing entrepreneurs and business owners of all ages and ethnicities. MCBA actively advocates for more diverse and inclusive programs within the community to bring all cultural markets together.

The academy is proud to diversify the workforce and bring together business professionals through its reticulation events and bilingual corporate consultation. MCBA recognizes the different groups of people who have contributed to national and local economies through business.

There are three memberships available ranging from partial, full and virtual engagement with daily, monthly or annual plans. The building includes multiple amenities such as conference space, classrooms, interview and podcast space, kitchen classroom and more. State-of-the-art security and free Wi-Fi are also included.

The academy’s curriculum offers six development paths, including business, personal, and business education. There are eight programs for all ages, ranging from “Biz 4 Kids” and “Teen-Preneur” to “Adulting 101”.

The academy is located at 633 12th St. Details and additional information can be found at motaenterprises.com.


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