Local Tech Incubator Hosting Event on Managing Business and Romance the Right Way
A local innovation center will hold a Valentine’s Day event this week designed for those for whom business life and love life have converged.
theClubhou.se, Augusta’s innovation center and technology incubator, is offering a special “Beer & Bytes” event on Wednesday, Valentine’s Day, as local business leaders and husband and wife Mordecai and Kim Evans share what success looks like both in the business world and in relationships.
Couples will be invited to stop by before stepping out for the night to enjoy the talk, as well as chocolate, flowers and prizes.
As president and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the CSRA, Kim leads a $3.6M organization experiencing dynamic growth and impact in four Georgia counties. Some of her goals include driving outcomes in the areas of literacy, high school graduation, career readiness, STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) education and physical fitness.
Mordecai spent most of his professional career in the pharmaceutical industry. However, he is known by most as an entrepreneur because of his passion for starting and building businesses.
Mordecai launched his first business at the age of 10, selling issues of magazine Grit to local businesses because he wanted to earn his own money. Since that time, Mordecai has started and operated several diverse full-time and part-time businesses, some of which have included an employee testing company, a restaurant equipment trading website, and most recently a medical marketing company.
The couple lives in Evans, Georgia, with her husband, Mordecai, and two sons, Jacob and Jared.
The “Beer and Bytes” event is Wednesday, Feb. 14 from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. theClubhou.se is located at 540 Telfair St.