The Greater Pontiac Community Coalition/Committee of 50 Presents
Young Progressive Business
Development Series (PART 3)
August 25 2021 | 9 am - 12 pm
@Welcome Baptist Church, Fellowship Hall |
143 Oneida Pontiac, Mi. 48342
GPCC along with the Committee of 50 are engaged in creating and supporting leadership projects, efforts, and programs that will prepare (3) three tiers of citizens for future personal, family, educational, government, and business success; from mentor to shadowing, to training, sharing of knowledge, experiences, and wisdom. All designed for a better city, community, state and nation. This program is open to all based on the core belief.
“Grow the people and you grow the Nation.”
Tier three (3), of the three-tier plan are our Young Progressives, a group of 25 to 50 plus year-old men and women interested in being a successful part of the mainstream business success model. Additionally, having high family values, ethnic values, and a vision encouraging: educational improvement, entrepreneurship, self-determination, and community participation. Tier one is young 12–24-year-old's, Tier two are young men and women who are socially and civically involved for social change.
The Young Progressive Business Forum is a three part course that is dedicated to improving the effectiveness of business in contemporary society. The first forum will help cultivate fresh ideas, impactful research, and possible solutions to business challenges. This course will focus on how to close the gap between research and practice and enable evidence-based business management.
Business Development Forums
Join us for a Business Development Forum, as we discuss ways to multiply our income sources and increase job opportunities for the people we serve. We will study what others are doing to diversify their services and markets, and we will brainstorm ways for us to do the same—for both private and public sectors. We will also discuss strategies for communicating with our various audiences through email, social media, video and more.
Now is the time to diversify our thought process, and redefine our vision! With so much uncertainty on our future, we want to multiply our lines of income and boost up our resources. Unpredictable factors like increasing minimum wages, political opposition to workshops and the threat of an end to commensurate wages should not cause rehabilitation industries to hold back new development but, instead, should serve as the impetus to become more entrepreneurial.
Free to Oakland County Residents.
Sponsorship information is available.
Who Should Attend:
Entrepreneurs, Startups to Small Business Owners, Grassroots organizers, For Profits & Nonprofits professionals, Managers, Presidents, CEO's, CFO's, Business Leaders, Other business professionals
Creating Financial Resources
- Investor - or Self Investments
- Bank/Lending - Bank Officer Contacts
- Sustainable Funding Source 3-5 years
- The Language of Business
- Paper Work
This is a working session, please bring:
- Your Business Plans (Link to Ceed Business Plan)
- Your business idea
- Resume of your business