Emerge and Rise Business Incubator Launched to Help San Antonio Small Businesses

Emerge and Rise
Photo via atlasstart.com

San Antonio small businesses will receive invaluable guidance for success through Emerge and Rise business incubator. 

Lina Rugova and John Knotts, who will share operational roles in the company are happy to announce this nonprofit initiative that will be launched on September 10th, 2021. They hope to develop underrepresented and small businesses in the San Antonio area by offering a 6-month membership program with access to vital resources starting at just $49/month. 

John Knotts is an Air Force retired veteran and Lina Rugova is an immigrant from Kazakhstan. They are marketing and business specialists that share an equal passion for recognizing talent and potential in the locals of the Texas area. Rugova created Atlas Start in 2015, a company with an incredible track record of over 500 businesses combined that successfully flourished via their programs. Knotts founded Crosscutter Enterprises in 2008 which was a company that focused on providing businesses with the scaling tools to promote growth and sustainability. 

They now join their efforts and will demonstrate how these collaborations of ideas with passionate individuals can stimulate infrastructure in a very profound way. Rugova and Knotts join their voices and mention: “Emerge and Rise is a united movement to Rise, Connect, & Build our San Antonio community.” 

Emerge and Rise aims to boost the success rates of local businesses and startups by proposing a 6-month program in which they offer networking opportunities, personalized counsel, necessary resources, tools, and entrepreneurial education. The membership will start at only $49/month and will be undertaken with a specific desire to foster overlooked owners such as previous felons, immigrants, women, minorities, and veterans. 

To sign up for a membership or collaborate with Emerge and Rise, don’t hesitate to visit their website https://emergeandrise.org or email their team at [email protected]. 

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