Main Street Enid’s Economic Vitality Committee presents Tools for Your Business

Main Street Enid’s Economic Vitality committee along with several local and state partners, is providing an opportunity for Hispanic business owners and entrepreneurs to network and connect with services in our community.

“Tools for Your Business” will be a FREE and interactive event for all business owners with intentional inclusion of Hispanic entrepreneurs. Covering topics in a speed-dating style format, attendees will meet local professionals to help their businesses and network with other business owners to strengthen the economic vitality of the historic core of Enid.

Several new Hispanic owned businesses have opened in the Downtown District and Main Street Enid’s Economic Vitality committee saw the need to provide networking opportunities to these entrepreneurs to help strengthen their businesses.

“Enid has a growing and thriving Hispanic population and we are so thrilled to be able to offer this networking session to this community in their native language,” said Charlet Ringwald, Assistant Director of Main Street Enid.

Join Main Street Enid, Tuesday, October 11th, 2022 for “Tools for Your Business.” Several local and state organizations will be there to provide information including, Oklahoma Main Street Center, Autry Technology Center, Metro Technology Centers, and Oklahoma Small Business Development Centers. Local professionals will be there along with bilingual staff to provide information about their services. Those include Stride Bank, Hann Plummer PLLC, Mitchell DeClerck PLLC, and the City of Enid. This event will be held at Five80 Coffeehouse, 122 E. Randolph, beginning at 5pm. There will be a reception afterwards located at the Gold Door 120 W. Randolph.

Register in advance at You can find more information on the Main Street Enid Facebook page or by email

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