- The Arizona Entrepreneur’s Edge is a resource guide to starting, operating, and growing a business in Arizona. Created by the Arizona Commerce Authority, this guide provides general information for new business owners and serves as a reference and directory for established businesses of all sizes.
- Use the Small Business Administration’s online Business Guide to help plan, launch, manage, and grow your business.
- For Information specific to starting a business in Pinal County, try the Business Connections tab on Pinal County’s website.
The 360° of Business Growth
Thursday February 21st 2019 | 9:00am – 11:00am | Central Arizona College Superstition Mountain Campus in Apache Junction
If your start-up or growth company is not getting off the ground or not growing the way it could, the reason is that more work is needed in one or several focus areas. Rather than trying to do everything at once, find the single most important areas and focus on them first. In this workshop you will be introduced to four core business challenges: Attractive Business Concept (meeting or creating demand), Strong Organization (building teams and partnerships), Lasting Customer Relations (finding and keeping clients), and Profitable Operations (being productive and making money). Next you will touch on the five focus areas within each challenge area. Participants will then be able to assess their own business and create a plan for areas that are identified as needing improvement. *Participants are encouraged to bring their laptops * Presented by Kevin J. Fort, MBA, Central Arizona College SBDC Center Director
This event is part of East Valley Entrepreneurship Week, taking place February 18th – 22nd! East Valley E-week will educate, inspire, and promote entrepreneurs and start-ups representing a wide variety of industries in East Valley communities. Workshops and networking events will be hosted throughout the area for entrepreneurs and small businesses to learn and connect. Find out more about other E-week events HERE. Sponsored by the Town of Queen Creek Economic Development, City of Tempe, and City of Apache Junction
Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.