Tag: Growing a Business

Women of Extraordinary Executive Power

The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte is offering Women of Extraordinary Executive Power Program with limited scholarships, valued at $1,000, for all interested applicants. Application process: Complete the online application at https://linktr.ee/wbccharlotte by 2/12/2021 Submitted application will be reviewed for approval. Eligibility Requirements: You must be a woman in business. Been in business 0-5 years and looking to scale. Business income $0-$500K. You must reside or have a business in the counties indicated...

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Build a World-Class Remote Customer Service Team

• Understand their customer’s needs in a digital space • How to build a world-class online customer-service team • Understand the difference between customers service behaviors needed face-to-face and online • Create a robust digital customer plan that has equal to greater impact as face-to-face interaction • Identify and apply the right online customer service metrics

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Launch & Learn: How to raise money for your business

The online bi-monthly workshop series hosted by our friends at the SBTDC, will help aspiring entrepreneurs across North Carolina to obtain the final “idea vetting” information they need before launching their start-up. The first Q&A session will be with John Austin, Senior Director of NC IDEA. John is the Founder of Groundwork Labs (now NC IDEA) and continues to work directly with founders who have been awarded NC IDEA grants. Some topics to be discussed at the first Launch and Learn event: The three biggest...

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Becoming an Investor-Ready Entrepreneur (Part 2)

**Part 2 of a two-part virtual event** Raising equity capital is challenging at best. Becoming an Investor-Ready Entrepreneur (IRE) is designed to educate and prepare growth-oriented entrepreneurs to successfully engage private equity investors. This program was developed by experienced entrepreneurs, angel investors, angel networks/fund executives and venture capitalists, and provides an “insider’s look” into the world of equity funding. By viewing investors as “customers of equity”, entrepreneurs can reduce barriers...

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