Posted By Russ Johnson,
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Updated: Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Entrepreneurship Seminars is a new and very exciting class being offered fall semester of 2009. Students who enroll for one semester credit hour will attend a weekly seminar held each Monday at in Founders Hall. Each of the following outstanding entrepreneurs will inspire those who attend with their story as to how they started their business. In addition they will teach us one critical business skill or concept that is essential for entrepreneurial success followed by a question and answer period. The following individuals have made a commitment to present:
Go Natural CNG
"The How and why of Pro-Forma financial Statements"
"The Home Run Business"
Real Salt Lake Soccer
"Leadership Skills Essential to Entrepreneurs"
"Determining Customer Demand & The Competitive Environment"
"Human Resource Issues"
"Attributes of Successful Entrepreneurs"
"How to Obtain and Use Equity Financing"
"Advantages & Disadvantages of Owning a Business"
"The Importance of Customer Service"
"Strategic International Growth"
"The Importance of Identifying Competitive Advantage or Core Competency"
AMY REES ANDERSON
"How to Ensure Innovation and Continuous Improvement"
The planning of this seminar series has impressive support from the Chair of the Business Division at Snow College, the Business Management department Chair, the director of the Small Business Development Center at Snow College, the director of the Sanpete County Office of Economic Development, and former extension agent of Utah State University.