Attending conferences can be expensive, but it doesn't have to be. The key is creating a budget and sticking to it, so you are able to attend the conferences that will help your career. When I first started my business, I knew that attending conferences would be beneficial to my success, but I also thought as a startup it would be tough to scrap up some extra money to go. I decided to research the best possible ways to attend a conference, while saving the most money I could. I found that it doesn't have to be expensive, and now I want to share these tips with you. Whether you are a startup business, a blogger, or you have been in business for a long time, everyone can benefit from attending a conference. Plus, anybody could do with saving some money with their business travel.
In this game-changing book by Brother Bedford, host of Conversations With Black Millionaire Entrepreneurs you'll discover: Why the Age of Connectivity provides you the best opportunity to start and grow your business. What every entrepreneur and business owner needs to have in place to be successful today. The #1 skill you must master to be successful in the Age of Connectivity and beyond.In How To Be a Black Entrepreneur in the Age of Connectivity, entrepreneur, author, publisher, consultant, trainer Brother Bedford peels the onion on entrepreneurship and what it really takes to be successful, make an impact, increase your value and income.
As the number of universities offering entrepreneurial programs continues to increase, there is a growing need for a suitable framework for the teaching of entrepreneurship beyond the operational side of the business and the preparation of a business plan. This book offers a fresh approach to entrepreneurship by teaching readers how to discover and create a new firm, or grow an existing one, starting from a firm's or team's capabilities. The core methodology is based on the 'entrepreneurial arch' which provides a more holistic view of entrepreneurship by dividing the business development process into six distinct segments. An important feature of this model is the inclusion of learning units focusing on opportunity identification, business design and risk reduction before the business planning stage is attempted. Illustrated with various real-world examples, this structured and concise book will appeal to students, as well as to practitioners looking to develop their entrepreneurial skills.
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39 One of the main challenges facing the member states of the European Union (EU) is 40 the fundamental need to accept the strategic importance of entrepreneurship as a force 41 for regional development and economic growth. Definition of this urgent objective 42 is set in the context of the European Council in Lisbon in March 2000, where there 43 was focus on other operational goals directed to improving performance in European 44 regions in terms of different variables indicating the level of economic activity, 45 particularly employment, real convergence, economic reform, and social cohesion. 46 In 2003, the European Commission (EC) initiated the public debate around the 47 need to strengthen entrepreneurship in the European Union, through publication of 48 the "Green Paper on Entrepreneurship" in Europe which raised two fundamental 49 questions for reflection by policymakers, entrepreneurs, and individuals: (a) why 50 do so few Europeans set up their own business? and (b) why are so few European 51 businesses growing? 52 Later, in the context of the 2004 Spring European Council, the European 53 Commission launched the "Entrepreneurship Action Plan" which aimed fundamen- 54 tally to: (1) change the way society views entrepreneurs, (2) create conditions to 55 encourage more individuals to become entrepreneurs, (3) allow SMEs and entre- 56 preneurs to be more competitive and assume a more important role in determining 57 growth, (4) improve conditions for access to finance by SMEs and entrepreneurs, 58
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