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Adults: Entrepreneur Seminar Series

Information for Adult Programming and Resources

 

NC IDEA empowers entrepreneurs to reach their full potential by offering support when they need it most. Their strategic combination of competitive grants and programs helps entrepreneurs at all stages of business development. 

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The Small Business Center is a community-based provider of 
1. Education & Training  2. Counseling  3. Referral &  Information.  

The mission of the NC Community Colleges Small Business Center Network is to increase the success rate and number of viable small businesses in North Carolina by providing high quality, readily accessible assistance to prospective and existing small business owners, which will lead to job creation and retention.  Click HERE for more information. 

Crystal Coast Economic Development invests in business attraction, expansion, retention and workforce development initiatives focused on growing Carteret County's economy.

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Chamber of Commerce

                   

Igniting Your Business Idea or Business

People who consider or start a business struggle over one or more of the same three things: their business idea, the marketing message, and finding where their customers are.

Bob Graham, CEO of Breakthrough Solutions, has helped hundreds of businesses with these issues.

March 11, 2021, 6pm – Business Roundtable

Bob Graham will moderate a discussion among some of the area’s most successful leaders, who will dish their business secrets. Fire all those questions you wouldn’t have anyone to ask at people who are ready to tell.

Bob Graham coaches and trains business leaders and entrepreneurs on how to be more effective. He taught business courses at Johns Hopkins University and ran a national business plan competition. He launched two businesses of his own and helped dozens of other businesses start and scale.