10/2/2013 @ 12:00 am
Location: Little Rock Marriott
Address: 3 Statehouse Plaza, Little Rock, AR 72201
KAUFFMAN FASTTRAC® WORKSHOP COMES TO LITTLE ROCK ON OCT. 2, 2013
Listening to Your Business™ workshop is designed for existing entrepreneurs to establish a three-year vision as a course of action. The Kauffman FastTrac® program was created by the Kauffman Foundation of Kansas City, Mo., the largest foundation whose mission is to advance entrepreneurship as a key to growing economies and expanding human welfare.
ABWA, the American Business Women’s Association, is bringing the Kauffman FastTrac workshop, Listening to Your Business™, to Little Rock, as part of their National Women’s Leadership Conference, being held at the Marriott Little Rock, Oct. 3-5, 2013.
This four-hour workshop is for existing entrepreneurs, will be on Oct. 2 at the Marriott Little Rock. It is a pre-conference event, open to local entrepreneurs as well. In the Kauffman workshop, Listening to Your Business, you learn by doing. The workshop facilitator, Michele Markey, will guide you through a process of reflection, vision, and planning a three-year vision of where you need to take your business.
You will leave the course motivated and confident about the future. Take-aways include:
• Learning the ins and outs of growing your business
• Identify your best and most promising growth opportunities
• Discover ways to improve your business performance
• Develop a workable action plan Pre-registration for this workshop is required.
The cost is $119. Call ABWA National Headquarters 1-800-228-0007 to register. The class is limited to 50 participates. See the attached flyer for additional information. To learn more about ABWA visit our website, www.abwa.org.
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