The Georgia MBDA Centers to Appear on Seven Incomes Podcast

Donna M. Ennis, C.P.F.  and the Georgia MBDA Advanced Manufacturing Center and Business Center Director, will appear on the Seven Incomes podcast to advocate for Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) and discuss ways to launch a scalable, minority-owned small business and how to create jobs in underserved communities. 

The goal of the Seven Incomes podcast, launched by Gavin Ireland, CEO of Georgia Green Energy Services, is to interview prime contractors, business owners, organizational leaders, contractor officers, and executives to discuss the importance of expertise and niche, small businesses, diversity, innovation and the current and future state of the American economy.  

This podcast takes you on a behind-the-scenes look at wealth creation with the CEOs, thought leaders, and the movers and shakers in the MBE community. Gavin Ireland takes you on an in-depth and candid discussion about the successes and failures in business.

Donna Ennis will appear on the Seven Incomes podcast on October 30, 2020, to discuss opportunities available to small business owners in this day and age, and ways to optimize your pivot strategy while avoiding too much disruption.

“This is our opportunity to speak to a new audience. Many small businesses are searching for ways to enhance the retail shopping experience while competing with larger companies like eBay and Amazon during this day and age, said Donna Ennis. The Georgia MBDA Centers are positioned to be a foundational resource for businesses searching to scale and compete with large businesses, Ennis added.”

Gavin Ireland, CEO of Georgia Green Energy Services, launched the Seven Incomes Podcast to highlight thriving small to large businesses and to create an inspirational and thought-provoking conversation that brings awareness to the MBE community.

The Georgia Green Energy Services are one of the MBE small businesses in the Georgia MBDA Centers client network. The Georgia MBDA Centers has provided this organization with the technical assistance and a vetted client network of MBE businesses that contribute to the impact and jobs created in the Atlanta community and surrounding areas.

To learn more about Georgia Green Energy Services and to follow the Seven Income Podcast Series, visit  .

About the Georgia MBDA Centers
As part of a national network of 30 centers, the Georgia MBDA Business and Advanced Manufacturing Centers help Minority Business Enterprises access capital, increase profitability, and scale their businesses. Funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce MBDA, the Georgia MBDA Centers are part of Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute, the nation’s largest and most comprehensive university-based program of business and industry assistance, technology commercialization, and economic development. To learn more, please visit