What if you could spend all your time doing what you love? Or finally stop talking about that idea you’ve had and start moving toward actually doing it?
Shenandoah University’s Institute for Entrepreneurship will host several three-hour, virtual CO.STARTERS Get Started Workshops in April and May to equip aspiring and established entrepreneurs with the insights, relationships, and tools they need to turn raw ideas into action and bring business goals to fruition.
Dates for the workshops vary for convenience and accessibility including:
The cost is $25.
Workshops will be taught by Shenandoah University School of Business Professor of Management Montressa Washington, Ph.D., who also serves as director of the university’s Institute for Entrepreneurship, as well as Adjunct Instructor, Consultant and Certified Coach Yolanda Shields, MBA.
In these workshops, you’ll have the opportunity to understand what’s driving you, explore your ideas through the CO.STARTERS Canvas, and refine your model by learning ways to get meaningful customer feedback. You’ll also collaborate with members of the community and make valuable connections to help you along the way.”
Whether you’re just getting started, are stuck on a particular issue, or are in need of a refresher, these workshops will provide the professional jumpstart to get you moving.
Space is limited, so reserve your spot today by registering now!
Questions? Contact Montressa L. Washington, Ph.D., at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in learning more about entrepreneurship? Shenandoah also offers a Bachelor of Business Administration Concentration in Entrepreneurship.