Minding My Own Small Business Entrepreneurship Academy 2021 is starting soon.
The mission of Minding My Own Small Business Entrepreneurship Academy is to help aspiring entrepreneurs and early-stage small business owners transform their ideas into specific, measurable and viable business plans and practices.
Thanks to generous donations from private parties and the Radcliff Small Business Alliance, the Legacy Foundation is able to provide participants with a scholarship in the amount of $ 250 towards their $ 250 tuition fee. By accepting this scholarship, participants have agreed to provide the foundation with testimonials about their experience, which will be used to thank our scholarship contributors.
MMOSB offers three additional courses to help create a detailed business plan, which includes corporate branding, identified primary and secondary target markets, business value proposition, and steps to execute implementation. plan.
This academy incorporates a six-week virtual program that takes an in-depth look at the initial skills needed to start a business and develop hands-on experience to help make a business truly successful. They will have the opportunity to hear and interact virtually with experienced entrepreneurs and educators from different industries.
MMOSB announced the participants for this year: Joshalynn Freeman, Tamika Whitfield, Carla Joseph, Joann Turner, Juandalynn Heslop, Marcus Cain, Rella Braxton, Monique Jackson, Maria Bell, Michael Hudson, Anticia Alston, Dinita Fizer, Jacinta Pleasant and Glenda Nelson.
To learn more about the program, contact Y. Kae Cooper, Chairman of the Board of The Legacy Foundation; or Selena Hudson, MMOSB Entrepreneurship Academy committee chair, at [email protected]