GREEN BAY – There is a message printed out on a table tent at every workspace at the Urban Hub that reads: “Be part of the momentum.” (UW-Green Bay alumnus) Lamarr Banks, who oversees the co-working space located in the Rail Yard Innovation District for the Greater Green Bay Chamber’s Economic Development team, said he is proud to be involved in that momentum.“Essentially, we try to provide not only a space for those professionals to work together, but also resources to help them build their businesses,” he said. “We’re for entrepreneurs and professionals who have been working remotely.” Banks, a Milwaukee native, moved to Green Bay at the age of 15 and attended West High School.From a young age, Banks said he has been passionate about making the world a better place.Simply put—helping anyway he could. After realizing becoming a doctor wasn’t the path for him, Banks said he turned his attention to business. Upon graduating from high school, he went to University of Wisconsin-Green Bay where he earned a degree in finance in 2017.
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9 Jan, 2020