New Year. New Venture.

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There’s no better time than now to get your business started on the fast track to success by enrolling today in the Indy Chamber’s Kauffman FastTrac® New Venture series. 

Designed for both the emerging entrepreneur or the business owner with 1-5 years experience, the New Venture program allows you to sharpen your business ideas, create marketing plans, experiment with real case studies, and gain professional feedback in a collaborative and supportive environment.

Karen Kennedy, owner of Small Potatoes, an event catering business in Indianapolis found great benefit in joining fellow entrepreneurs in this learning experience.

“I got to a point that I needed a focus group to help me hone in on some of my ideas,” Kennedy said. “This class was extremely beneficial and definitely has helped me focus my concept.”

The New Venture program follows a 10 week curriculum taught by Kauffman-certified instructors covering all aspects of entrepreneurship from planning your product/service to cash flow management and everything in between. At the end of the 10 week series, participants use what they have learned to pitch their business ideas to a panel of professionals and receive candid feedback to consider as they move forward to pursuing their professional endeavors.

“The value of this class is incredible. The content is valuable and it provides a core network of fellow entrepreneurs to help guide you through your ideas,” said New Venture graduate Terrance Rice, a local restauranteur.

Enrollment is open for the upcoming series slated to begin February 18, learn more and register today at www.businessownership.org.



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