BRAC is getting an update! We are saying “out with the old, and in with the new” as the 564 Laurel St. Office undergoes a (much-needed) makeover. And while many of us are excited to see the updated space, we can’t help but also be excited for what this means for the future of BRAC. 

As Baton Rouge continues to grow, the Capital Region now demands a space for economic development. A space that matches the area’s creative flare and culture, but also strives to push the boundaries of growth and expansion. And BRAC is prepared to fill that space with the renovated and newly named building – the Center for Economic Development.  

The Center for Economic Development will be an extensive resource of valuable small business and entrepreneurship services. This includes expansive meeting rooms, high-tech presentation spaces, and access to vital training programs and workshops from entrepreneurship and business organizations such as LSU, Southern University, Nexus-LA, PTAC, SCORE and the Louisiana Small Business Development Center. 

To learn more about the Center for Economic Development or the naming opportunities available, visit BRAC’s Building on the Momentum page. 

Written by Morgan Kastner

Morgan Kastner is BRAC’s marketing coordinator. She develops marketing material, manages projects and ensures organizational messages are consistent. Additionally, she assists the senior vice president of marketing and supports the marketing team.