Pivoting your company’s business model during this challenging time could mean the difference between your company’s continuity or closure. The R.I.S.E. program may but you need right now. R.I.S.E (Resilience. Innovate. Sustain. Evaluate.) is a virtual, boot camp-style program focused on sustainability and tackles head-on topics such as the financial, operational, strategic planning and communication challenges small businesses are facing during these unprecedented times.
Hosted by the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship, part of Florida State University’s College of Business, and the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University, R.I.S.E. is a six-week program dedicated to small business owners, veteran business owners and military family business owners. Over the course of six weeks, participants will walk away with the tools and training needed to continue to pivot and grow their business during these challenging times. Topics include re-determining your company’s business model, content ideation, rebranding for reopening, determining a sustainable growth rate, strategic assessment and more.
Applications close on 9 September and the program will run from 14 September to 23 October. Apply here. For additional information, check out this recent informative webinar about R.I.S.E. and join our next Virtual Town Hall on 3 September when this will be one of the entrepreneur/small business programs highlighted that afternoon.