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The North Dakota Women’s Business Center created a new resource, the Library, a FREE on-demand training library open to all business owners and professionals in the state of North Dakota. This Library consists of training and materials created by industry leaders within their expertise. The topics relate to COVID Aid for Small Businesses, Federal Aid, Mental Health, Telework, How to Conduct Virtual Interviews, Cashflow Management, Cyber Security and more!
The team at Codelation is giving away $5,000 worth of marketing services to one innovative startup. Enter by 2/12. More info here.
Two local business leadership programs are currently accepting applications:
The SBA Emerging Leaders - To be eligible to participate, a small business must have been in business for at least 3 years; generate revenues of at least $250,000; have at least one employee besides the owner; be committed to attend 13 bi-weekly workshops and complete required course-work from May-November, 2021. Apply.
gBETA Social Impact is a free, seven-week accelerator that works with startups building products or services addressing equity in education or criminal justice reform. Applications for March-April cohort are due 2/12.
As part of Concordia’s music & entrepreneurship residency, they are hosting two virtual events: Virtual Book Talk (2/19) & “Langston Hughes Project,” a spoken word jazz performance, followed by live Q&A (2/25)
Pricing is one of the highest-impact strategic decisions that startups make, yet often the least amount of time is spent on it. As 2021 begins, companies are sitting down to finish up their annual plans. One of the most crucial parts of this process is often reviewing and refining pricin
This page on our GFMEDC website highlights the most common resources for entrepreneurs. You may also find a form that you can complete if you need some guidance to be pointed in a certain direction(s).