Center for Women & Enterprise and Grafton Regional Development Corporation have teamed up to bring a live, online 4-week strategic planning bootcamp to the Grafton County small business community at no cost, thanks to a grant from The Clowes Fund.
Participants will benefit from the expertise of the instructor, Susan Terzakis of Terzakis & Associates, a NH small business advising firm.
This free course is targeted to those who are in business, generating revenue and are ready to take their business to the next level – and who are ready to thrive instead of survive the pandemic.
Participants will clarify who their customers are and how to reach them, as well as evaluate their products and services, identifying opportunities to better meet client needs, increase revenue, and make sure their products or services are priced for success. Additionally, a natural outcome of course participation is growing a deeper network of fellow entrepreneurs because no one can do it alone.
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Grafton Regional Development Corporation to run this strategic planning bootcamp. Between our two organizations, and with the expertise of Susan Terzakis, Grafton County entrepreneurs at all stages of the business cycle can access the support they need to help their business succeed,” says CWE director, Chandra Reber.
While the course is free, registration is required, as space is limited to provide a focused and individual experience for attendees. Free registration is at https://grafton_county_power_forward.eventbrite.com
For information about the course and how to register, call Madeline Brumberg at 603-318-7580 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.