Spring Forward Business Ignitor Course to Foster Entrepreneurial Opportunity

Spring Forward Business Ignitor Course to Foster Entrepreneurial Opportunity

Tuesday, April 13, 2021 9:00am to 10:30am

Since its inaugural launch in 2010, the Business Ignitor Course has helped over 150 entrepreneurs started new businesses or kickstarted existing enterprises. The course is very different than typical business basics courses. In addition to covering just the right amount of business fundamentals to launch with a minimum viable product or service, the Ignitor creates a safe place for students to open up about personal challenges and fears about starting an enterprise.

Classes will provide guidance on fundamental business practices and how to avoid common pitfalls.  The course covers a wide variety of topics and is perfect for people starting or currently running small businesses. In addition to the classes, there will be mentorship, coworking, and networking opportunities.

While building on the proven model of Ignitors past, and continuing to leverage the efficiency – and necessity – of remote learning, the Spring Forward Ignitor Course brings a couple of unique changes to the platform. Tuition is significantly lower. Attendees will be asked to participate on a sliding scale of $150 to $650. No one will be turned away due to a lack of funds.

Class Sessions Include:

  • The Business Owner Mindset
  • Tools of the Trade
  • The Cost of Making Money
  • Business Plans Suck (For Now)

Six week course: Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:00 – 10:30 A.M, via Zoom. 

  • Optional Accountability Meetups Every Wednesday 12:00 -1:00 PM

April 13, 2021 through May 20, 2021




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