Workshops

March 10, 2020 at Rutherfurd Hall | Speaker: Greg Stewart, NexGen Managment and Mary Adelman, Regional Director at NJSBDC
Hear dynamic speakers deliver an engaging presentation about topics on how to access resources and capital, preparing for financing and other discussions on how to grow your business.

April 21, 2020 at Jersey Girl Brewery | Speaker: Arnie Amir, Owner of GrowthPoint Business Consulting
Do your employees know what you’re trying to accomplish with your business? Are they all pulling in the same business growth direction? Do you really know what your customers think about you, your products and your services? Come learn the most effective ways to bring all these factors together to give you and your business the best possible chance to succeed!

May 12, 2020 at Centenary College | Moderator: Donna Miller Panelists: Pam Aungst (Pam Ann Marketing & Stealth Search & Analytics), Laura Osborn (Crothers HR Consulting), Leia Gaccione (South + Pine Restaurant), Panelist 4: TBD
A panel discussion of 4 women entrepreneurs that inspires others to see that there are infinite possibilities in creating their own definition of success and becoming the leader they want to be. Our moderator will base questions on for all our panelists to present content that enriches everyone in attendance in regards to Branding, Innovation, Leadership, Education, Advocacy. Open to both Men and Women.

July 14, 2020 at Czig Meister | Speaker: TBD
Discover how your leadership attitudes and behaviors will impact your team’s engagement, energy and performance. Learn how your leadership presence can help build a stronger and more cohesive team that will enable you to achieve your goals.

August 11, 2020 at Vasa Park | Speaker: TBD
In this workshop, you will learn how to be in the minds of clients or customers even before they are ready to buy. This fast paced hour will enable you to position yourself favorably so customers will become more interested in your services.

September 8, 2020 at TBD | Speaker: TBD
While success and money are all nice end goals, in our experience, most entrepreneurs have something a little bigger in mind. What do you really want your business to accomplish in the next 10 years? How do you see yourself shaking up your industry?

November 10, 2020 at TBD | Speaker: TBD
You must find suitable customers for your product or service to survive and thrive in a tough economy and an increasingly competitive marketplace. Whether a global conglomerate or a small neighborhood store, you’re budgeting more resources than ever to obtain clients. Learn to target new business by consistently using proven market research and communication strategies alongside new online resources.