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Meet Our New Partner – Seanese!

Synergies Work is proud to announce our partnership with Sean McElwee – a talented young creator who after starring on A&E’s Born This Way started his own company named Seanese. Now Sean is the President and Chief Creative Director at Seanese and comes up with concepts daily that are turned into creative t-shirt designs and …

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What’s New with Connor?

Connor Ensign has been commissioned by SmartCare Medical Group to create a painting of their new urgent care center in Rome. It formally opened its doors January 2019. Last year Connor was very disappointed to learn that he could not sell his paintings with Disney characters as it  might be an infringement of Disney’s intellectual property laws. But, …

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“For it is in giving that we receive” – Saint Francis of Assisi

This is what has been drummed into our heads. And, now there is scientific evidence that shows that the secret to our lasting happiness lies in helping others. Here is your opportunity to increase your happiness, threefold! Give unique gifts made by local Synergies Work entrepreneurs and artists. Each purchase you make goes to supporting …

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Thank You!

We did it! Thanks to your generous donations we raised more than $10,000 through our Art Night Out event on November 27th! The overwhelming response we received from you proves that you understand the importance of supporting and empowering entrepreneurs & artisans with intellectual & physical disabilities. Through your support and donations, Synergies Work is able …

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The Rules Have Changed – GA Stable Accounts

Synergies Work organized an evening financial earning with Cicely Garrett, Deputy Chief Resilience Officer, Mayor’s Office of Atlanta and Doug Jackson, Deputy Director STABLE Accounts, Ohio. The interactive session with Doug Jackson, helped us better understand the benefits of Georgia STABLE accounts and how they support people with disabilities to work, play and live in the communities …

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Business Breakfast 101 – August

Thank You for attending the Business Breakfast 101 on August 9th at the First Data Corporation. It was invigorating to share, hear and learn from all of you and our paneled speakers. We are proud to have brought together such an amazing group of people who are committed to building an inclusive entrepreneurial community in …

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Synergies Work Gets Recognized by FDIC

TEACHING ENTREPRENEURS WITH DISABILITIES HOW TO BUILD FINANCIAL SECURITY https://www.fdic.gov/consumers/consumer/moneysmart/newsletter/fall2017/stories.html Synergies Work, Inc. is an Atlanta-based organization that empowers people with disabilities to become financially independent by building sustainable businesses. The nonprofit teams with mentors, investors and corporate and government partners, including the FDIC, to support the entrepreneurial journey of individuals with disabilities. Synergies Work …

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Inaugural Business Breakfast- Working to Live Authentically

On Friday, March 16, 2018 our newest corporate partners, First Data Corporation welcomed us to host our first Business breakfast at their Learning & Innovation Center in Atlanta. Mary Ann Long, Director, Owner-Associate Client Referral Program at First Data kicked-off the event by sharing how First Data supports small businesses through Clover and other user friendly …

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Looking Forward to 2018

Happy New Year! May the new year bring joy, prosperity, and peace for all of us. Without a doubt, it has been an exciting and an invigorating year for Synergies Work.  Briefly, this is what we accomplished: Directly advised and guided 10 entrepreneurs interested in setting up their own businesses Partnered with Spruill Center for …

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