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Studio Silhouette owner shares her business story Thursday

Part of BCE's Talk Back series at Twisted Whisk

Rachel Davis, owner of Studio Silhouette, 103 N. Main St., Bluffton, will share her story about how she started a business in her home and eventually made the leap to a Main Street storefront.

She is this week’s featured speaker in Bluffton Center for Entrepreneur’s Talk Back series. The free session is from 6 to 7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 18, at Twisted Whisk Café, Main Street.

Eric Berdin of BCE, says, “Think of the series as mini-speaker discussions on business start-ups. It’s a place where you can ask questions from local entrepreneurs who have asked many of the same questions you are asking.”

He added that the sessions are designed to answer any questions people have about starting and maintaining a small business. Talk BACK means “Talk - Business Advancing Community Knowledge.”

The series is a prelude to the 2018 Ropp Triplett Business Plan Competition, sponsored by BCE.

Future speakers with accompanying dates follow:
• Jan. 25 – Jonah Agner and Nancy Corle, The Food Store
• Feb. 1 – Brendon Matthews, executive vice president, First National Bank
• Feb. 8 – Dick McGarrity, entrepreneur who started The Mustard Seed Café
• Feb. 15 – David Steiner and Mitch Kingsley, CPA and attorney

Each session is free and open to the public. Coffee will be served. For more information on the series and the 2018 BCE business plan competition contact BCE.