Is Your Community Entrepreneur-Friendly? - Workshop on Coaching Entrepreneurs & Growing Jobs
Date: June 1, 2015 - June 3, 2015
Location: Is Your Community Entrepreneur-Friendly? - Workshop on Coaching Entrepreneurs & Growing Jobs MTA, 1401 S Dort Hwy, Flint, MI 48503
Registration: Register online
Hosted by Prima Civitas and Flint Area Reinvestment Office
The Flint Area Investment Office and economic catalyst Prima Civitas will host an in-depth, 3-day workshop for business and economic developers on June 1-3 in Flint at the MTA Auditorium.
Participants will explore how to positively answer the question, “Is your community entrepreneur-friendly?” The workshop will focus on how entrepreneurship and the power of growing jobs, by ones and twos, are central to growing communities in the 21st century economy.
Workshop presenter Ernesto Sirolli has trained economic developers in communities of all sizes. His “Trinity of Management” method shows local officials, and business and economic developers, how to harness the power of local entrepreneurs to bring sustainable change through “entrepreneur facilitation.”
Attendees will learn to:
- Recognize and define popular myths about business development
- Identify key concepts for making their communities entrepreneur-friendly
- Write an entrepreneurial-based economic development plan for their communities
Click here to see the detailed workshop flier (PDF) with mail-in registration form.
The Flint Area Reinvestment Office has a mission to be a trusted catalyst and facilitator to empower innovative community and economic development in the Flint region. FARO informs, organizes, and facilitates local partner collaboration on strategic opportunities that attract federal and state resources.
Prima Civitas is a nonprofit community and economic development organization supported by Michigan State University, the C.S. Mott Foundation and other partners to promote collaborative relationships across government agencies, nonprofits, and the private sector to promote Michigan’s economic growth