Take it to the next level
The Business Accelerators
The Business Accelerators work to optimally integrate new mindsets and best business practices for established business owners who want to scale their business and develop as leaders. Participants will join small peer groups of seven to ten entrepreneurs all focused on growing their business and community impact through leadership development, operational efficiency, and accountability.
These Accelerators equip and empower growth-minded entrepreneurs with the tools, strategies, insights, and coaching needed to take their businesses to the next level!
The Women’s Business Center at ASSETS houses all of Entrepreneur Training’s programs. While extra consideration is given to the specific challenges and issues for women entrepreneurs, the programs serve all – women, men, and racial and ethnic minorities.
Accelerators & Coaching Clubs
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Marketing Storytelling Accelerator
Week of April 19 – end of June, 2021
An emphasis on how to leverage storytelling through marketing to capture the attention and loyalty of your business’s audiences.Applications are currently closed
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Business Development Accelerator
Week of April 12 – end of June, 2021
An emphasis on how to pivot, transform, sustain, and adapt your business to market changes.Applications are currently closed
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Finance Coaching Club
Begins April, 2021
An emphasis on developing the financial disciplines necessary to lead strategic and financially-healthy enterprises.Applications are currently closed
A proud partnership
ASSETS is proud to partner with U.S. Small Business Administration to host the Women’s Business Center at ASSETS. As a part of the nationwide network of Women’s Business Centers, the Women’s Business Center at ASSETS strives to empower women entrepreneurs by providing access to information, contacts, contracts, and capital.
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The Women’s Business Center at ASSETS houses all of the entrepreneur training programs. The WBC exists to support small business owners who are starting or expanding their business. While extra consideration is given to the specific challenges and issues for women entrepreneurs, the programs serve all – women, men, and racial and ethnic minorities.
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The Women’s Business Center at ASSETS is funded in part by the U.S. Small Business Administration. SBA’s funding is not an endorsement of any products, opinions, or services. All SBA-funded programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance.