The AMBCC kicked off its AARP Business Roundtable for 2015. These forums are designed to help ensure the success of entrepreneurs ages 40 and older in their business and personal endeavors.

According to a AARP survey, “Staying Ahead of the Curve 2013: AARP Multicultural Work and Career Study,” 15 percent of workers 45-74 are self-employed. Additionally, 13 percent of those who are current wage and salary workers say they plan to start a business once they retire. Small business ownership is a good option for many baby boomers.

The AMBCC is currently working with AARP to present the following programs throughout the state of Georgia. They are as follows:

AARP Livable Communities

Life Reimagined (Encore and ReCareering)

Financial Security & Fraud Watch Network

Work and Save


A special thanks to AARP Georgia for their continued support. We also thank our members and guest who attended.

If you like to get involved or learn more about our AARP Initiatives, please contact Ricky Scott at (404)793-7773 or come out to our next AMBCC event.