The Post-Pandemic Entrepreneurial Support Organization (ESO): Creating a Model for the Economic Recovery
Moving towards the recovery will require a recalibration of your Entrepreneurial Support Organization’s (ESO) business model. Rethinking everything from mission and target customers to service offerings and facility use will be necessary to enable your ESO to operate effectively in the “new normal”. In this timely webinar, Carol Lauffer of Business Cluster Development will walk through the steps for fine-tuning your ESP model and strategy in order to effectively tackle the challenges of the economic recovery and seize the upcoming opportunities.
Topics to be discussed include:
• Recalibrating your mission and business model to the “new normal” and aligning on a path toward economic recovery
• Focusing your program to help diversity your economy
• Re-evaluating your target market segments and members
• Assessing the needs of your members
• Determining the service offerings and role of virtual services in the long term
• Adjusting your facility for the health and safety of others
• Marketing to reach new market segments
• Planning budget and funding strategies for the recovery
Building Entrepreneur Impact at Scale in a Virtual World
Do you feel like you are spending more time than you would like in the tracking of entrepreneurs and their progress against milestones?
Are you looking for new ways to reduce the time and money needed for your entrepreneurs to realize product/market fit?
Are you looking for ways to connect mentors to your entrepreneurs regardless of their geography?
Do you have the tools to enhance mentor and coach collaboration with entrepreneurs to support success?
Do you have training and education content you would like to deliver online but you aren’t sure how?
Join Pam Hoelzle, Founder and CEO of Entrepreneur Ready, as she shares best practices and a-ha moments throughout building her own startups, delivering 1:1 entrepreneur coaching, teaching entrepreneurship at the MBA-level and founding and growing a 3,000+ starter ecosystem at the University of Central Florida.