Harmony Clean Owner Graduates from Goldman Sach’s Program

In the past several months, the business world has undergone a radical and sudden transformation. Forced to suddenly shut their doors for an indefinite stretch of time, thriving companies have displayed an incredible amount of ingenuity as they prepared to endure the era of “contactless” business—serving meals, offering services, and selling merchandise all with the use of technology. The success of small businesses in the midst of this public health crisis is a testament to the strength and resilience of American ingenuity. And it must continue. In the months ahead, business owners must look for ways to balance strategic advancements, job creation, and personal goals to foster the development of a thriving company and community.

At Harmony Clean, owner Vicki Brown is optimistic about her company’s future thanks to her recent completion of Goldman Sach’s 10,000 Small Businesses program. 10,000 Small Businesses is a competitive course designed to give business owners the opportunity to gain valuable skills and experiences which will enhance the success of their company and the area they serve. Even 18 months after graduating, program participates are able to grow their revenue and create jobs at a rate considerably higher than the national average. “You are given the opportunity to deep dive into your business like no other program out there,” said Vicki. “[10,000 Small Businesses] is designed help grow your business and create jobs in your community.” Despite the uncertainty facing small business in the following months, the Harmony Clean owner is confident that her participation in the program will bring positive changes to her business and the greater Doylestown area.

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