From coast to coast and online, events for small businesses and entrepreneurs are plentiful this winter. Small Business Trends compiles a Small Business Events Guide which contains worthwhile events for those wanting to grow their businesses.
Some events include:
Delivering a Path to Growth
December 13 6:00pm-9:00pm – San Diego, CA
Join Inc., UPS, and a panel of Inc.5000 executives for a session designed to teach you what tactics you need to hire and sustain growth in your business.
Learn about critical 2011 W-2 & 1099 regulatory and filing information that you should keep in mind while preparing for this tax season and year-end reporting.
The 2011 New England Venture Summit
December 14, 2011, Dedham, MA
The 6th annual New England Venture Summit, presented by youngStartup Ventures, is the premier industry gathering connecting venture capitalists, corporate VCs, angel investors, technology transfer professionals, senior executives of early stage and emerging growth companies, university researchers, incubators and premier service providers.
Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2012 Growth Conference
January 11, 2012, Long Beach, CA
Coming soon to the Long Beach Convention Center—a full-day of seminars and opportunities to help you achieve your biggest branding, sales and profit goals. Plus, a chance to hear first-hand and learn from the experiences of the Entrepreneur of 2011 winners in a special awards luncheon.
Creating a Sellable Service Business
January 16-17, 2012, Las Vegas
Do you have a service business and want to know how to position it to be A) Sellable and B) Sellable for the maximum amount of money possible?
John Warrillow, who sold his own consulting and services business, and author of the book “Built to Sell,” is offering this intimate, hands-on workshop on building a sellable business. During this workshop, you’ll get the opportunity to put your business under the microscope with Warrillow and a small group of other successful business owners. Together, you’ll uncover the steps to make your business more attractive to potential buyers – whether you’re looking to sell your business in the near future, or want to start ramping up the value of your business in order to sell it down the line.
Most service businesses never sell. They are started by someone with a specific skill. When the time comes to get out, you’re left with nothing. This workshop aims to change that!
This workshop requires a significant commitment – and so it is only for those serious about changing their future. Register now.
Women Entrepreneurs Festival
January 17-18, 2012, New York City
The Women Entrepreneurs Festival takes place January 17-18 in New York City! The goal of the Women Entrepreneurs Festival v.2 is to sow the seeds for a broader community of women entrepreneurs, and to expose women who have not yet taken the entrepreneurial plunge to the women who’ve already taken it. Sponsored by the Tisch School of the Arts’ ITP program, the fest’s stunning lineup of speakers is here. And the one and only Arianna Huffington will be giving the keynote address. The festival is limited to 250 participants.
Manage your time well and you take back both your personal and professional life. With so many hats to wear, small business owners and entrepreneurs can get buried in by their “to do” lists.
In this online, interactive seminar, you’ll learn to
assess your time management skills, distinguish between what’s important and what’s urgent, apply tools to determine priorities and more.