Introducing the YWEC 2020 Business BootCamp!
The YWEC 2020 Business BootCamp is a 12-Week Workshop series where preparation meets opportunity. Under the guidance of seasoned professionals and entrepreneurial masterminds, the WBO-PGC’s YWEC 2020 Business BootCamp will serve as a roadmap to success for new business owners young, mature, and in between.
In following a module structure, we are equipping participants with the fundamental tools to forge a successful business on all fronts from the business idea to the execution and growth.
Be prepared for a 10-week intensive workshop series that addresses a multitude of topics from Establishing Your Business Foundation to Implementing an Effective Marketing Strategy. Workshop sessions will meet three Mondays out of each month and the last Saturday of the month for a strategic Saturday Working Session.
STARTING MONDAY, MARCH 2, 2020
Join Us at WBO-PGC's YWEC 2020 Business BootCamp!
- Are you a new business owner?
- Do you have any friends or colleagues thinking about starting a business?
- We've got something for you!
WBO Members receive discounted access to the program with various opportunities to connect and collaborate with business owners who deliver what your business needs, or require what your business provides.
The Young Women’s Entrepreneurial Collective (YWEC) was created to increase viable involvement from a growing audience of young female entrepreneurs, ages 30 and under, in and around Prince George’s County. The creation and implementation of the YWEC as a sanctioned division of WBO-PGC further contributes to the economic and social power of women-owned businesses. Through education, support, and mentorship these existing and budding entrepreneurs will be equipped with the tools to develop, grow and sustain successful businesses.
The 24-year-old business owner and med school candidate, Jorre Jackson spearheaded the creation of YWEC to improve outreach initiatives to a younger audience and provide a platform to express and influence. "In growing up with WBO-PGC, I have been fortunate to experience the strength and efficacy of a united front against the challenges presented to “minority” women-owned businesses by social, political, and economic aspects. I believe many business owners in my age group can benefit from such a powerhouse organization in how to best navigate the realities of business ownership," said Jackson.
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