Business Acceleration workshop: Achieving Sustained Business Growth
November 8, Thursday: 11:30 a.m. —1:00 p.m.
|Join Impulsa Business Accelerator for its workshop, “Achieving Sustained Business Growth.” This workshop will discuss common issues and challenges small businesses face, and present tools andmethodologies to overcome these challenges.|
Members: Free until November 1 | $10 after
Seating is limited. Register early.
Walk-in registrations are not guaranteed.
The workshop is aimed to help small businesses:
• Determine and concentrate on delivering its unique value proposition to clients
• Build a competitive advantage by focusing on your company’s core competencies
• Develop institutional capabilities to expand from a small team into a robust organization with well-defined roles and responsibilities
• Establish corporate governance structures and find mentors to guide your organization as it grows
• Stay ahead of the competition by innovating and exploiting the right opportunities
This workshop will be hosted by Leandro Margulis, Director of Impulsa Business Accelerator Silicon Valley. Before joining Impulsa Leandro worked for Deloitte Consulting from 2006 to 2011, and has an MBA from the Yale School of Management
Impulsa Hosts Group of Chilean EntrepreneursSeptember 5, 2012
|Impulsa Business Accelerator hosted a group of 7 Chilean entrepreneurs and small business owners on Wednesday, September 4th at Net.Workspace in San Francisco. The Impulsa team presented to the group about business acceleration best practices, and differences in business culture between the US and Chile. |
The Chilean group is sponsored by the Greater San Jose Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and will be in the United States for 3 months to work as interns for the Chamber. They will also have the opportunity to explore new business opportunities, meet with investors and potential business partners, and gain an understanding of the Silicon Valley business environment. On Thursday, September 6th, the Chamber will also host a dinner reception for the entrepreneurs, with tickets available at gsjhcc.org.
The entrepreneurs are from a variety of industries, including technology, social media, agriculture, and entertainment backgrounds. All are members of the Mapuche culture, native to southern Chile and Argentina.
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