business development

Sat. 11/20: A Full Day of FREE Business Workshops

All the Expertise You Need in One Place For One Day Only

Saturday, Nov. 20th – Space is Limited!

RMMFI has partnered with DU (University of Denver) Community Notebook & UCAN (University College Alumni Network) to bring you a full day of FREE workshops and one-on-one coaching sessions on Saturday, November 20th, 2010 from 9:00am - 2:00pm.  You’ll have the opportunity to learn from professionals from the community and get more information on all things business as well as sit down with them for some quality one-on-one time to really take advantage of their expertise.  Here are the highlights of what we have planned for you and your business:

  • Group workshops on Branding, Networking and Relationship Management, and Analyzing Your Target Market (with more to come!)
  • Business Attorneys on hand to help you understand the legal issues in your business
  • The chance to sit down with a professional CPA to discuss tax issues for your business
  • Marketing professionals giving their time to help you one-on-one with market analysis, finding your niche, and telling your story effectively.
  • Operations and Administration specialists will be present to help you understand how to put processes and procedures in place to help your business run more effectively.

Greater Good Academy Begins Sept. 21st

People, Planet, Profit

The Greater Good Academy is an 8-week business development program to train Denver low- and moderate-income entrepreneurs in how to use sustainable and triple bottom line business practices to become more profitable.

Minority Enterprise Development Week - September 13-17

Strategies for Growth and Competitiveness for 2010

This week is Minority Enterprise Development Week! Check out the great events being hosted in Denver below:


Monday, 9/13/10              11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Trailblazers: Women Entrepreneurs for the Next Generation

Qwest, 1801 California Street, 13th Floor Conference Room Denver, CO  80202
Sponsored by Qwest and Denver Metro Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
Cost: $15.00 (lunch by Panera included)    
Moderator:  Tameka Montgomery, Executive Director, Denver Metro Small Business Development Center
Panelists: Patricia Lepiani, Lisa Berquist, Saba Swamy, Jasmin Espy, Wanda James,  CJ Smith, Erin Yoshimura (read more)

MHBA Starting Peer Advisory Groups

As independently owned (and mostly small to medium sized) businesses, we have much to do, with very little time or extra resources. But we still have the need to develop our businesses, to adapt to changing circumstances, and to learn how to best address the challenges we face while building a thriving business.

We may not have thousands of dollars in our budget for professional consultants, but we do have each other. As a member of the Mile High Business Alliance, you are able to connect with other local business owners. We'd like to help even more to make that happen.

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