Brent Kraus, at Hillsborough County’s Entrepreneur Collaborative Center (ECC), owns Ella Bing Haberdashery in Hyde Park Village spoke about his business, and its new line of protective masks, at a 1 Million Cups session at the ECC in early April. 1 Million Cups is a nationwide initiative based on the idea that entrepreneurs discover solutions over a million cups of coffee. Hillsborough County’s chapter meets weekly — virtually, while the Safer-at-Home Order is in effect.
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