Small Business Entrepreneurship is an exciting journey, but the path forward isn’t always clear. During this four-part bootcamp, you’ll collaboratively work with peers to strategize, problem-solve, and apply business basics to your idea or venture. Our goal is to challenge you, stretch your thinking, and give you concrete tools to bring your business to life! There will be a light breakfast each morning and lunch will be provided. There is no cost to attend but since seats are limited, please ensure you are available and engaged. Attendance both days is necessary. 

Facilitated by Brad Attig with Foundry Collective and Reinventing Rural. Hosted at the Southern Oregon Guild Gallery & Art Center in Kerby, OR.

This 2-day workshop will help you to:

  • Understand your business model and how to refine it using customer input.
  • Learn how to market your business and gain customer awareness.
  • Dive into the building blocks needed for financial modeling.
  • Build momentum with smart goal setting.

You might be asking, “Is this for me?” It is if you are:

  • Looking for a safe place to share, experiment, fail, and learn with others.
  • Interested in a proven framework to better identify and address key issues with your business idea.
  • Wanting better connections to people and resources to help make progress in getting your business started.
  • Looking for concrete next steps to focus on going forward.
  • Think you are heading in the right direction but want validation.
  • Looking for more than just immediate assistance.
  • Needs that extra push to get things going.

Learn more about CO.STARTERS Bootcamp by clicking here >>

Schedule for Friday July 7th (Day 1)

  • 8:30 to 9:00 AM – Registration & Coffee/Tea
  • 9:00 to Noon – Part 1 Discovery
  • Noon to 1:00 PM – Lunch (provided)
  • 1:00 to 5:00 PM – Part 2 Promotion

Schedule for Saturday July 8th (Day 2)

  • 8:30 to 9:00 AM – Check In & Coffee/Tea
  • 9:00 to Noon – Part 3 Build
  • Noon to 1:00 PM – Lunch (provided)
  • 1:00 to 4:30 PM – Launch
  • 4:30 to 5:00 PM – Next Steps

Your facilitator Brad, is the CEO of Foundry Collective, a nonprofit focused on helping rural communities embrace innovative ideas and support small town entrepreneurship. A 4th generation Oregonian, Brad was raised in a small rural town but spent many years in big cities and is glad to be back home. During the COVID 19 pandemic, Foundry Collective launched the Reinventing Rural initiative to help connect and support small rural communities to build strong, locally-sustainable economies.This workshop is sponsored Reinventing Rural, and technical assistance funds allocated to rural communities by the Oregon Legislature through Business Oregon.

REGISTER HERE! Spots are limited!


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