Entrepreneurial Leadership Training
Starts in 1 Month, 29 Days
August 18, 2018 9:00 am - 4:00 pm America/Denver
Start, Grow, Revive Your Business Workshop Series • Olijato Community Center • Monument Valley
This hands-on coaching program begins with a series of FREE one-day workshops over four months. You will learn valuble business skills and explore economic development opportunities. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn and network.
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Workshops are held on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during the following dates in 2018:
- August 18
- October 20
- September 15
- November 17
To sign up or get more information, please contact:
RCAC’s Building Rural Economies
Connecting folks who have business ideas with each other and to a system of business supports
Start, Grow, Revive Your Business Workshop Series
You have been sponsored to participate but you must register to attend
Join 20–30 local folks like you with a business idea. Take your idea from concept to launch with the support of a network of folks as excited as you about getting businesses off the ground. This is your opportunity to reserve time you never seem to have on your own to Start, Grow, and/or Revive Your Business.
Bring yourself or your whole team and be guided through exercises that help you make a plan to get your business off the ground. Learn business skills that will help you start or strengthen your business, and build solid relationships with other businesses and business people in your area. At the end of the program entrepreneurs will be ready to present their business to the community. Everyone who graduates will leave with a new network of relationships for future assistance.
Start, Grow, Revive Business Workshop Series starts you on this journey with a series of four one-day workshops and personalized business assistance. Work sessions are held on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Rural Community Assistance Corporation (RCAC) is a nonprofit that provides training, technical and financial resources and advocacy so rural communities can achieve their goals and visions.
As an entrepreneur you’re going to have a lot of people tell you that it will never work and to quit. Stick to your vision. —Evan Carmichael
How to evaluate a good business idea
Spotting who is in the marketplace
Build business relationships
Building out your business idea
Talking to customers
Making and managing money
The entrepreneur’s mindset
What gets in the way of launching your business
Finding the money
Finalizing your action plan
Developing the pitch
Building a network of support for the hard times
I knew that if I failed I wouldn’t regret that, but I knew the one thing I might regret is not trying. —Howard Stevenson