Applications are being accepted for Monroe County’s 13th series of the Entrepreneurs Network workshops.
Launched in 2006 by County Executive Maggie Brooks, the Entrepreneurs Network has helped 200 business executives representing 180 established firms and startups with scalable, high-revenue potential, county officials said.
The program includes a series of boot camps for business owners and executives, with instruction from local and visiting experts, officials said. Topics include planning, sales, raising capital, attracting grants, branding, finance, leadership, strategy, communication and enhancement of executive skills needed to advance those endeavors.
Candidates must be founders, senior executives, CEOs or those with a controlling position in an early stage technology or life science company, and/or a company with scalable, high-growth potential.
“In today’s global economy, we must remain diligent in forming strong public-private partnerships to ensure that our regions entrepreneurs have the tools and resources necessary to remain successful,” Brooks said in a statement.
The program is limited to 20 participants and has with a fee of $350. Applications are available at www.ten-ny.org.
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