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Along with co-host Clint Gharib, Cliff will talk with innovators in healthcare and entrepreneurs in action who are leading the charge in today’s ever evolving industries.

This one-day event will feature national CEOs discussing what every entrepreneur should know, how to grow their business, and how to exit successfully. Spaces are limited – register today to reserve your seat.

Business anthropologists dig deeper into what makes your employees and customers tick.

Here is the thought that flashed through my mind as I washed down my Red Dog (hot dog with ketchup) with an F.O. (frosty orange) and a side of Strings (fries)

Our next Commerce Dinner will be March 13th. Typically held at one of our member’s restaurants, these complimentary dinners are for Oxford Center members and Oxford at Brenau apprentices specifically selected to match with other members and apprentices that can add value to their business. If you are a member and have not yet attended

This month we have some very exciting guests that should make this one of the best roundtables yet. We’ll talk with Wharton graduate Jeff Braverman about how he grew Nuts.com from $1M to $20M+ in revenues – and some of the difficult challenges he faced along the way.  Harvard and Lehman Brothers alum Keith Radford

How Much Do You Want?

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Fast growth entrepreneurs are usually fast talkers, but one of the most valuable lessons that any entrepreneur can learn is when to keep your mouth closed during a negotiation.

Atlanta’s second snow jam of 2014 shut down practically every business of every size in the city. But I don’t think we can entirely blame Mother Nature or even the governor this time.

What I see in the rise of Chris Christie, and now his recent crisis, is the same thing that I have long seen in the rise and fall (and often rise again) of fast-growth entrepreneurs.

Strategic acquisition unites entrepreneurship authority with industry news outlet spanning a circulation of 300,000 readers ATLANTA (January 7, 2014) – The Oxford Center for Entrepreneurs, Atlanta’s authority on entrepreneurship, is pleased to announce that it has taken an ownership stake inWhat Now Atlanta, the city’s leading resource for real estate, restaurant and retail news. With its strong

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