T.H.R.I.V.E. Emerging Leaders Reimagined
Train. Hope. Rise. Innovate. Venture. Elevate
An executive-level training series to accelerate growth of high-potential small businesses This training will stimulate and support the expansion of your business through strategies designed to help access new avenues of capital. It offers practical tools to pursue new paths for business development, a network of government resources, and local business leaders prepared to invest time and energy in your business. It is designed to build sustainable businesses that promote economic development within their communities.
Are you a small business owner or executive that:
· Has annual revenues of at least $250,000?
· Has been in business for at least three years?
· Has at least one employee other than yourself?
You will receive:
· In-person coaching for C-level executives
· Self-paced instruction with demonstrated business sustainability
· Includes virtual and classroom sessions
· Micro-sessions customized for small businesses’ unique needs
· Experienced subject matter experts
· Expect engagement, problem-solving, and peer-to-peer interaction within the cohorts of small businesses. There are no restrictions on types of businesses that can participate.
· A three-year strategic growth action plan with benchmarks and performance targets to access the support and resources necessary to move forward
Participation is FREE!
There is no direct financial cost upfront. You MUST invest your time and commitment to complete all training sessions over the six months.
Interested in participating? Apply for T.H.R.I.V.E. Emerging Leaders Reimagined (sbathrive.com)
Arizona SBA District Office Program Facilitator:
Craig JordanU.S. Small Business AdministrationCell (202) 578-8701Supervisory Lender Relations Specialist Arizona District Officecraig.firstname.lastname@example.org
Since its inception as E-200 in 2008, SBA’s Emerging Leaders has trained over 5,000 small business owners, creating over 11,000 jobs, generating nearly $1 billion in new financing, and securing over $4 billion in government contracts.