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Sign Up Now! Tulsa Selected as Site for Emerging Leaders Training Initiative

Join Emerging Leaders shaping the Future of Oklahoma and the USA!

e200 Native America, Tulsa OK

 

DEVELOP TARGETED BUSINESS STRATEGIES TO...

> Accelerate Growth

> Explore Financing

> Diversify Markets

> Expand Networking

 

EMERGING 200: TAKING THE INITIATIVE

Developed by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), this is an intensive 13-week training initiative to accelerate high-potential small businesses’ growth.  This comprehensive curriculum provides the tools to catapult your company to the next level and help it emerge as growing, self-sustaining businesses in your community.  In addition to the SBA, the training is supported by a coalition of local economic champions and mentored by business advisors with invaluable insight and expertise.

 

QUALIFYING FOR e200 TRAINING

We are looking for businesses owned by a Native American (51% or more) for at least 3 years, with at least one employee, and with annual revenues of $300,000 or more.   This training is not for start-ups; it’s geared towards businesses that are ready to grow!

 

A ROBUST NETWORK OF SUPPORT

The Oklahoma SBA District Office has forged a coalition of key business leaders, government organizations and professional business associations. These individuals and organizations are involved with the e200 initiative to encourage the success of its participants.

 

THE COST OF e200

Your costs to participate in the e200 course series are your time and commitment to complete the curriculum.  You must be ready to focus and work hard on your future success!

 

OTHER e200 Native America CITIES

Albuquerque, NM; Farmington, NM; Helena, MT; Honolulu, HI; Milwaukee, WI; Phoenix, AZ;

Rapid City, SD; Santa Ana, CA; Spokane, WA

 

TO REGISTER or FOR MORE INFORMATION

Clall Cindi Anderson at 405-609-8018 or email Cindi.Anderson@sba.gov

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