The workshop will cover all the essential pieces of entrepreneurship including mindset being empowered, effective communication, understanding technology, marketing and branding, business planning and the importance and relevance of the business model canvas, accounting and funding your business, and human resource the power of human capital.
Why is it important: With the knowledge you receive from this 1st workshop, you will be in position to move forward to the next essential steps in your entrepreneurial journey.
Facilitated by Natasha Palumbo
Ms. Palumbo is a business professional with more than 25 years’ experience, 17 as an Empowered Entrepreneur. She is a creative leader, with in depth knowledge and experience applying strategic business management, development of small business initiatives, and progressive leadership. Ms. Palumbo is an effective communicator with an innate ability to engage and hold the attention of those she trains and teaches. She owns several businesses and she successfully grew her core business into multiple states. She is a social entrepreneur and has been serving the homeless community for more than 16 years. Ms. Palumbo is a recent author and publisher. Her book Entrepreneurship Empowered; A New Millennium Business Guide from Startup To Succession, was released nationally February 2019. In May 2019 she released her Companion Workbook for Entrepreneurship Empowered. In August she released IMPACT! Social Entrepreneurship and The Lasting Legacy. All of her books are available nationwide. In addition to being an Empowered Entrepreneur, Ms. Palumbo is a Business Adjunct Professor with multiple colleges in the Sacramento and Greater Sacramento Region. She also serves as Secretary/Treasurer and is on the Board of USNRG, INC. a nonprofit that specializes in Energy and Healthy Home Inspections. She earned her Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Arts degrees from California State University, Sacramento.
Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_YEyDIJArQ1SLkafiz5JZ-w
August 28, 2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm