The Food Atlas is a new restaurant that features authentic dishes inspired by flavors from all around the world. Not too long ago, owners of The Food Atlas Emilie and Yuvi were regular people with a dream to open a restaurant. It would feature authentic foods and dishes that would draw customers in with their rich flavors.
For some people, dreaming of building something up from the ground would have seemed to be just that. A dream, but now, that dream has soon become a reality for these young business tycoons.
The owners of The Food Atlas approached Green River’s, Small Business Center for help. Here, Emilie and Yuvi were able to receive business advice from experienced advisers at no cost to them. Formerly known as the Business Assistance Program, the SBC gives counseling and advice to those searching for ways to achieve and advance their business goals.
SBC offers a large range of programs set into place for potential clients. the programs include that of the Procurement Technical Assistance Center, which helps clients in gaining the government papers needed for their businesses. In addition, the Corporate Training included helps to train business employees, while saving the business owners money at the same time, and if that was not enough, the Small Business Center is that which focuses on business counseling. But it is not limited to such. The Small Business Development Center helps potential business owners to create business plans. This includes assisting clients in finding financing, and anything else they are in need of help with and connects Green River College to the business community and helps their clients in getting a foot out into the world in which they are making their way to.
The owners of The Food Atlas had a dream. They went to Green River College’s Small Business Center and formed into a reality.
Read More about how The Food Atlas became a reality (and how awesome it is) in the February issue of The Current.
Also in February’s issue of The Current:
Letter From The Editor: The Benefits of Finding the Right Treatment: Managing Editor Kaedyn Kashmir shares her personal experience with mental health, and finding the right treatment facility.
Tyler Hilton Charms College Students with Unique Style: A recap of former One Tree Hill actor and singer, Tyler Hilton’s January 28th performance.
Confiding in Furry Friends to Create Calming Environments: Information on the benefits of emotional support animals for students.
Green River Students Celebrate Lunar New Year: A review of Green River College’s celebration of the Chinese New Year.
The Current is Green River College’s award-winning student-run newspaper. Hard copies of the latest issue are available on Green River College campuses (Auburn, Kent and Enumclaw). Look for the green newspaper boxes outside of campus buildings. (Note – issues are not available at the Green River College Auburn Center off of D St NE).