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Baton Rouge Entrepreneurs Offered Networking Opportunity at Free SU Ag Center Conference

BATON ROUGE, La. — Entrepreneurs in Baton Rouge are gearing up for a unique networking opportunity as the Southern University Ag Center prepares to host a business conference on Thursday, April 11. The event is slated to take place at the Smith-Brown Student Union and the Valdry Center for Philanthropy, located on the campus of Southern University.

Titled "Connecting Businesses to Contracts: From Local to Global Business Development and Procurement Conference," the gathering aims to facilitate connections between small business owners, larger corporations, and government entities. Attendees will have the chance to forge valuable relationships and explore potential collaborations.

The conference, a beacon for those looking to expand their business horizons, is not only free of charge but also open to all small business owners and contractors. However, interested individuals must complete the registration process to secure their spots. For registration and additional details, interested parties are encouraged to visit the event's registration page for more information.

In addition to the business conference, the Ag Center has another community-centric event on its agenda. On Saturday, April 13, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the center will host a Spring Health Fair at BREC, located at 6201 Florida Blvd. This free-of-charge event is open to the public and promises an array of offerings, including health screenings, physical activities, culinary delights, musical entertainment, and access to community resources.

Both events reflect the Southern University Ag Center's commitment to fostering economic growth and community well-being in Baton Rouge and beyond.

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