Make 2019 your best year ever while avoiding the 7 biggest mistakes business owners make that cost them time, money & happiness.
Join the Appleton Cultivate community in a 3-hour curated live session where our area business advisors will facilitate a structured skill session to help you make a plan for 2019. We know you wear a lot of hats as a business owner, and with only 24 hours in the day, making and following through with goals are crucial. Join us as we walk you through how to plan out the best business year, then break off into small groups to allow you time to brainstorm with like-minded owners just like you. This event will be jam-packed with both structured skill development as well as organic networking: the best of both worlds.
This event is part of Startup Appleton Week.
Startup Appleton Week takes place on November 5 - 11, 2018, and is designed to connect, educate, and celebrate entrepreneurship in the Fox Cities Region. The week's programming showcases the community's emerging companies while highlighting the resources and organizations available to foster support for entrepreneurs and small business owners on their journey. Startup Appleton Week is supported by Fox Valley Technical College Venture Center, Change Management Communications Center LLC, and Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation – Northeast WI and is a part of the Startup Wisconsin initiative. To browse all the events and programming occurring during Startup Appleton Week visit: http://startupwi.org/appleton.Startup Wisconsin
is committed to advancing and developing Wisconsin's tech and startup ecosystems through unique programming, collaborative partnerships, and networking. Driven by entrepreneurs and leaders throughout Wisconsin who are passionate about making a difference, and creating a positive and lasting impact that will advance the state's economy forward. Startup Wisconsin Week is supported by Advocate Aurora Health, Concordia University Wisconsin, Husch Blackwell, Northwestern Mutual, Accelity Marketing, Headway, Wisconsin Inno and Newsradio 620 WTMJ.