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"Four Pillars for a Successful Business Launch"
Monday, December 12th, 2016
Allen County Public Library (Downtown Branch)
900 Library Plaza - Fort Wayne, IN 46802
6 – 8:30 pm Workshop
8:30 - 9 pm Networking
"There are four big questions to be answered before starting a successful business.
It doesn't matter if you are delivering a product, service or both it's vital that you understand yourself, your market and have solid building blocks for your business to grow.
RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW! Join 'Four Questions for a Successful Business' to discover the answers about business model, yourself and your market.".
Who Should Attend?
- Individuals who are considering starting a business;
- Existing business owners who are considering launching a new product;
Your workshop experience will focus on:
- Determine which of YOUR characteristics make you an ideal entrepreneur.
- Is the problem YOU want to solve considered a problem by anyone else?
- Does the general SOLUTION you are envisioning solve the problem you’ve identified?
- Gain an edge over the competition before you launch your business.
Jason Habisch launched his professional development and consulting practice in 2011. He has a background in education, marketing, sales and consulting and is passionate about entrepreneurship. Jason works in the IPFW Division of Continuing Studies and helps his own clients with marketing, sales, and other business strategies. Jason is married to Carrie Habisch and father of 3 teenagers and enjoys coaching football and track at Snider High School.
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Brightpoint provides affordable financing for small-business owners and entrepreneurs who want to start or grow their business. We provide alternative financing for customers who are unable to borrow from traditional lenders due to past credit problems or are needing only a small amount of capital. Financing is provided as a personal or business loan to assist the borrower in improving his or her financial health through business ownership, to improve his or her credit score, and to access mainstream financial resources in the future.