Local business owners are invited to a free luncheon Monday to learn about resources available in the area.
Presentations will be given on the Hibbs Institute, the Center for Retail Enterprises, the Texas Center to Advance Productivity & Performance and the new Center for Family & Small Enterprises. They are all part of the College of Business & Technology.
The resource fair is targeting local business owners and those interested in their programs. Ms. Belzer is expecting about 65 people to attend, she said on Tuesday.
She said the first-time event came out of an alliance between Doty, Price Arredondo, director of the Hispanic Business Alliance, and Tom Mullins, president and chief executive officer of the Tyler Economic Development Council. She said they hope to make it an annual event, but it depends on the community interest.
For more information or to register, go to uttyler.edu/cbt/ dean/outreach.php.