Registration for WBCUtah Minding My Own Business Cohort (runs September 29 - November 10, 2022) CLOSING SEPTEMBER 23rd!
Are you a woman business owner without any employees (Solopreneur) and feel like you lack skills, direction or strategy for your business? If so, Minding My Own Business was design for you!
Minding My Own Business is a 7-week cohort program that will provide a peer-to-peer environment where you will learn principles to design and niche your business, systematize and automate processes and successfully track your progress toward your ultimate goal as a "one-woman show".
If you are willing and able to dedicate 5 hours per week for 7 weeks,
please review the program information below. We'd love to have you in this cohort!
By participating in Minding My Own Business you will understand/have:
Critical principles and skills (see list of 7 modules above)
Business Roadmap with measurable milestones and dates
Style Guide for simplifying your brand consistency
Break-Even Point and Monthly Budget to help you be profitable
Systematized and Automated processes to get more efficiently done
90-Day Action Plan to get you progressing on your roadmap
To find out more, join us for a virtual info sessions on September 13 (registration link coming soon!)
Participate by completing the two steps below no later than September 23, 2022: STEP 1: Complete the registration form which includes several short narratives. STEP 2: Upload a headshot photo and a screenshot of your Utah business registration showing an active status using this Google Form.
NOTE:This application includes question that will help us understand your situation and need for Women's Business Center of Utah's Minding My Own Business cohort program, in partnership with New Pattern Utah. We recommend you type your answers into a separate document then copy and paste your answers into the application.
Minding My Own Business pilot cohort is a collaboration between New Pattern Utah, Women's Business Center of Utah and Sorenson Impact Center, and funded by Sorenson Impact Foundation, U.S. Economic Development Administration and JP Morgan Chase.