By: GrowthWheel International Inc. and David Madié
When you start a business, it is often because you want to do something that has not been done in quite the same way before. Perhaps you hope to develop a product or a service that has not been seen before, or maybe design a brand with a new expression and distinct values. Perhaps you are even aiming to be unique. In reality, very few ideas and products are actually unique. More often, new products and services solve the same problems or fulfill the same needs as others, but in a slightly different way or with a twist.
The good news is that an idea does not have to be unique or completely new to be a good business idea. It is enough for a startup to be distinctive or just be better than the competition at what it does. So how do you accomplish that? Click here for link to full story
Four modules in twelve hours. Take the first step towards your entrepreneurial success.
You will be learning how to motivate yourself, how your internal mindset must be consistent with your external mindset. In other words, we’ll be doing a deep dive into what is blocking you from being the most successful entrepreneur you can be. You will be uncovering your brilliance by discovering the secret energy of your thoughts, beliefs, decisions and actions.
You will also be learning how to become the CEO and Leader of your business and you’ll identify your Leadership Archetype. In addition, you will be learning how to guard your high energy time and become a minimum of three times more productive. And lastly, you will learn your value and how to charge accordingly for a financially successful business.
NEW Women’s Business Center offers this webinar. They will go over the platforms available and what is the difference among them. Will cover all the main e-commerce platforms: Shopify, BigCommerce, Volusion, MagentoGo, Yahoo Small Business, Yola and ebay.
The NEW Women’s Business Center provides resources and tools to ensure women entrepreneurs are on the right track for economic independence through small business ownership.
Due to COVID-19, employers and workers in our region are facing challenges of epic proportions.
During these unprecedented times, the LAEDC has established this LA Covid-19 Community Connectory which seeks to provide crucial resources for vulnerable residents, small businesses, and nonprofits. The Community Connectory:
Engages LAEDC’s award-winning staff of business assistance and layoff avoidance professionals to directly help employers overcome challenges, retain staff and position for economic recovery.
Spotlights a growing array of financial resources that directly support individuals, as well as programs to help businesses and community-based organizations.
Provides frequent analysis and economic outlooks from LAEDC’s Institute for Applied Economics to help all people in our region plan for economic recovery.
All the services of LA Community Connectory are provided at no charge, in keeping with LAEDC’s public-benefit mission, and true to our history of helping save over 240,000 direct jobs in LA County over the past 20 years.
What are government bids and how you can take advantage of the opportunities out there for women owned, minority or disadvantage owned businesses. We will walk you through all the process. Bring your questions we will help you answer them. Thursday, July 16, 20200, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Click to Register Here