One of the top purposes of the Salt Lake Chamber Women’s Business Center (WBC) is to help budding entrepreneurs get a start on their business. Attending a WBC Jump Start: Intro to Entrepreneurship seminar is a great way to jump start your business or even refresh your business know-how.
Entrepreneurs and those just starting to dabble in starting a business typically attend Jump Start: Intro to Entrepreneurship and leave with key takeaways and valuable action items. The goal of training is to “jump start” your thinking about business, whether you are in the early idea phase, just starting or are currently in the growth period. The information shared constitutes of business basics, which is great for starting entrepreneurs. The lessons learned can help you set a firm foundation to build your business on and be successful.
As an attendee, you are given worksheet packets that you can fill out during the training and bring to the one-on-one consultation. The packet has questions which each business owner should consider before starting their venture: why you want to start a business, what your exit strategy will be, market research and analysis, defining your target audience, and what your strengths and weaknesses are (a SWOT analysis).
After attending Jump Start: Intro to Entrepreneurship, each attendee is welcome to sign up for a free one-on-one consultation with our full-time business consultant who will further assist to get your business off the ground.
The WBC’s premier business training class, Jump Start: Intro to Entrepreneurship seminars take place on the first and third Wednesdays of each month, morning and afternoon, respectively. You can find upcoming Jump Start and other trainings here: slchamber.com/training.
The Women’s Business Center provides entrepreneurs, young professionals and small business owners the critical skills, knowledge, tools and support necessary to increase their success and strengthen the economy. In the 2013-14 fiscal year, the WBC provided more than 547 hours in conducting 360 consultations. Alongside 116 trainings, the WBC trained upwards of 3,300 people.
“The WBC was instrumental in helping us get to the next level. Thanks to their support an technical assistance, we are now able to support language services on a global scale,” said Sabrina Morales, CEO of Linguistica International, a client of the WBC.
The Women’s Business Center helps dreamers become entrepreneurs. Those entrepreneurs make Utah’s economy one of the strongest in the nation. To learn more about the Salt Lake Chamber Women’s Business Center, visit our website at slchamber.com/wbc.
The 14th Annual Women in Business Summer Social, presented by Questar and Cuisine Unlimited, will bring over 300 prominent business women and men together and provides a platform for fundraising and networking. The proceeds from the event support women’s programs at the Salt Lake Chamber Women’s Business Center. Donations are tax deductible. Funds help provide women entrepreneurs with a platform for business development and job creation in Utah through consulting, training and networking. Learn more about the Summer Social and reserve your spot at slchamber.com/summersocial