Ice House Entrepreneurship Week 4: Pursuing Knowledge as an Entrepreneur through Life-Long Learning
Ice House Entrepreneurship Series
If you are considering a business startup and have doubts about your product or service being viable, lack the funds to get started, or feel that a disability or your background are holding you back from fulfilling your dreams, this eight-week program will help you overcome inertia and make wise choices. Explore and be inspired by the entrepreneurial mindset behind the behaviors that led the business owners in our study to be highly successful. A separate registration is required for each seminar. While each event can be taken independently from the others being offered, only those who complete at least seven weeks will gain the full benefit from the course and earn a certificate. This course is the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative’s Ice House Entrepreneurship program.
Week 4: Pursuing Knowledge as an Entrepreneur through Life-Long Learning - Making informed decisions with a ready-aim-fire approach to prove initial assumptions with calculated risks may cause small business owners to adapt their operations to the needs of the local community. Entrepreneurs must be open to investing time if their end-game is to grow a thriving business. Learn how those who have made the pursuit of knowledge a key element of their success found amazing results.
Register by: 4:00 PM March 21
NOTE: Be sure to also register for Week 5-Week 8.
Speaker(s): Melissa Evans, SBC Director
Fee: No Cost