Cory Williams, the founder and CEO of Epic Health Partners, announced today the premiere of his new virtual town hall event,“The Epic Entrepreneur.”
“The Epic Entrepreneur” is a monthly event accessible to entrepreneurs all over the nation who need support, advice and guidance on everything from credit and interest rates to creative business development.
“The open forum structure of the event makes it easy for people to ask questions about pretty much anything that’s on their mind, and I do my best to advise and lead them however I can,” Williams said. “It’s a free, open environment where we can learn from and encourage one another.”
During the hour-long monthly town hall, Williams answers pre-submitted questions and also opens the floor for a Q&A. He also encourages attendees to network outside of the event, he said.
“There’s not always a mentoring presence in the lives of people interested in building their own business,” said Williams. “There’s also not a lot of resources out there for more nuanced topics like taxes, paperwork, things like that. I’ve been there and done all of that, and I want to pass along what I know.”
Williams also knows the importance of mental healthcare and support, whether you’re a business owner with years of experience or just starting out.
“There’s a lot of stigma around mental health, and it’s something the business community doesn’t always talk about,” he said. “I always try to let people know during these forums that it’s not just about making money and finding all this success. It’s also about making sure that your mind is healthy while you pursue your dreams.”
About Cory Williams
Cory Williams is a serial entrepreneur, CEO, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Epic Health Partners, and a board member of the Raleigh, NC-based Tammy Lynn Center. Cory is a passionate advocate for mental health and wants to eliminate the stigma around mental health illness, particularly amongst men. He offers a free monthly town hall for aspiring entrepreneurs who also want to become “The Epic Entrepreneur.’
Click here to learn more: https://www.corywilliams.org/