Startup Accelerator Small Group Coaching

So, you’ve decided to start a new business.  Now what?

This beginning stage of a startup is fun and exciting – new ideas keep popping up, you are getting to make your own rules to live by, and you don’t have to punch a clock anymore. The possibilities are endless and finally getting to spend your time doing something that brings you joy is a wonderful feeling.

But, what’s the key to building a successful new business?  What are you supposed to do besides registering your business with the state, building a website, and going out to find customers?  There are plenty of articles and YouTube videos out there that give you surface level information.  You may have even visited your local SBA and received a business plan template.  But, if you are looking for more guidance, someone who can truly talk through HOW to setup your new business properly, then keep reading.

Starting a new business can be overwhelming

Learn the Key Components Most New Business Owners Overlook

Finding capital for a startup can be difficult, so many jump right into focusing on getting customers.  This is completely understandable, but if you are good at gaining those customers, you will quickly find yourself in a position with no time to consider (and implement) the important business development tasks needed to keep your business going in the long run.  This is why so many small businesses don’t make it.  Some of these key components are:

Good financial planning is imperative for business growth.  These plans extend not only to budgeting for operational costs, but how you price your products and services effectively, how to forecast the growth of your business, tax implications and so much more!
Thinking about ending your business at the beginning may seem crazy, but considering what you’d like to do down the line will make a difference in how you organize your business.
It’s easy to say, “When I get busy, I’ll hire help.” But knowing who you will hire, what positions you will fill (and in what order), how you will train your new employees, and how you will pay them are all questions that need to be answered before you hit those busy times.
At the beginning, you will often find customers without having to spend too much money on marketing.  You are excited about your new business and your friends, family, and network will often want to support your venture.  Unfortunately, however, that business will eventually dry up and you will need to have key pieces in place to launch effective marketing for your desired target audience.

Bite-sized concepts so you can work on your business and in it simultaneously.

During the course of this 3-month program, you will be guided through every stage of building your business in incremental steps so you don’t get overwhelmed with too many “to dos” at once. Each week of the program builds on the previous and when you’re done, you will have a strong foundation from which to grow and operate your business.

You will also receive:

  • 1-hour coaching sessions with a small group of up to 5 other new business owners
  • Topic-focused teaching, group discussions, and brainstorming
  • Worksheets to guide you through decision-making processes
  • Weekly homework to keep you focused on one decision at a time
  • Ongoing email support with your coach to answer any questions you have along the way

Set your business up for success – Register Now!

$799 $479/mo

The Startup Accelerator program offers a convenient monthly payment plan. Your initial payment of $799 $479 will save your spot in the group of your choice. Two additional monthly payments will be automatically charged to your credit card on file on the anniversary of your first session.

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Not sure if this is the right service for you?  Schedule a free consultation and get your questions answered!