Community Power to Prosper

Meyer, Unkovic & Scott Employment and Insurance Law attorneys Elaina Smiley, Tony J. Thompson, and Beth Slagle presented at the University of Pittsburgh, Institute for Entrepreneurial Excellence’s Community Power to Prosper class, on October 23rd at the Community Engagement Center in Homewood. (Pictured is MUS Partner Tony J. Thompson.)

The Community Power to Prosper program is geared towards established small business owners who are interested in managing their long-term growth and success. The program aims to increase revenue, profits, and number of employees through a six-month business education program.