Let me open with an expression of thanks to the faculty and staff of Minority Programs at the Tuck School of Business at
I found that Building the High-Performing Minority Business excelled in providing development strategy—the curriculum was challenging and the practicum was effective. The most beneficial offering, for me, was one-on-one mentoring with Len and Jason. As a result of their suggestions, I am positioning my company to take advantage of some potentially upcoming trends, and changing the appeal—and consequently the marketing—of my business.
I made revisions to several details of my business, some of which are: the nature of my blog; the content of my website and linkedin profile; and the general focus of my company. It will take me months to fully implement all of the changes and solutions that came out of the Building program, but I am already seeing some payoff. Once these changes are complete, I will most likely pursue a moderate capital infusion, as well as strategic teaming agreements, to allow more breadth and scale.
Since returning to the
As a result of what I have learned I have reorganized to pay off debt, removed dead weight and have new projects in the pipeline.
I personally and actively advocate that all business leaders, business owners and associates should attend this program to help them with their businesses, as well as equip them with the tools they need to help others. Thank you so much for the opportunity to attend—it was, and remains, of great benefit. I strongly recommend this program to any business owner. Having the proper tools to run your business is important in any economic environment.
You can learn more about the program here http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/exec/