Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Hudson Library & Historical Society! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.
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Tuesday, May. 9, 6:30 p.m.
A panel of entrepreneurs will present at the library’s annual “Success Stories” event. Each of the guests will explain how they got their business off the ground and how they have continued to grow.
Gordon Daily is the CEO & Co-Founder of BoxCast, a company that offers a complete, easy-to-use live streaming solution for organizations. When BoxCast initially started, the company only had a handful of employees. Today, BoxCast has 27 full-time employees, plus a collection of contractors and well-heeled advisers. After receiving his BS and MS in computer engineering from Case Western Reserve University, Gordon spent 12 years at Rockwell Automation. During his time at Rockwell, Gordon managed mission-critical projects, tackled tough technical problems, crafted international business deals, and came up with creative product marketing solutions.
Mike Kubinski is the founder of Cleveland Clothing Company, which was founded in 2008 by two lifelong friends. One, a graphic designer, had always dreamed of starting a t-shirt company. The other, an entrepreneur, was looking for a fun new opportunity. With a thriving online store that ships all over the world and a popular store front, in 2012 they opened up a Flagship store in the heart of downtown Cleveland on the corner of E. 4th Street and Euclid.
Cristina Gonzalez Alcala is the founder of Not Yo’ Daddy’s Mexican Hot Sauce, made in Akron, Ohio. Not Yo’ Daddy’s is an original recipe hailing from the heart of Durango, Mexico. The company aims to make the unique, small-batch, artisan Mexican hot sauce available to Northeast Ohio and beyond.
The Entrepreneurship Series of events is sponsored by the Burton D. Morgan Foundation. Register for this free program at hudsonlibrary.org or call 330.653.6658 x1010.
Wednesday, May. 10, 10 a.m.
Learn about the many different sources of census data that can be useful in grant writing including American Community Survey (ACS) and American FactFinder wtih Tim Sarko, Data Dissemination Specialist for the U.S. Census Bureau will lead the program.
Wednesday, Jun. 7, 10 a.m.
Learn how to find grant resources and identify potential funders at a training session and demonstration of Foundation Directory Online, the Foundation Center’s premier searchable database. The databases provide information on more than 110,000 grant makers and more than 3 million grant records.