Free Seminar for Entrepreneurs
Creator of “Baked Lays” Potato Chips Offering Free Seminar for Small Business Owners/Entrepreneurs, Presented by RCEF & BizPitch
Mankato, Minn. – The Regional Center for Entrepreneurial Facilitation (RCEF) and BizPitch are pleased to present a free, interactive seminar by Dr. Jeffrey Stamp geared towards the process entrepreneurs must go through to bring their ideas to the marketplace.
Dr. Stamp will cover key areas to help in that process, including developing a great business concept, the customer value proposition, and establishing a true understanding of the particular business/transaction model. He will also teach attendees how to pull this together into a pitch-able concept.
The seminar will take place on Saturday, April 2 from 9:30am -12:30pm at Rasmussen College in Mankato (check-in at 9:15am). Space is limited to the first 45 people. Register at rcef.net/events. To get the most out of the seminar, attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop and a draft of an executive summary of their business (or business idea). For tips on writing an executive summary, visit articles.bplans.com/writing-an-executive-summary.
While the seminar is free, a free-will donation will be collected at the door for the Madelia businesses recently affected by fire.
Dr. Stamp is a native of Madison, MN, and created “Baked Lays” potato chips while working for PepsiCo’s snack division, Frito-Lay. For more than 25 years, Dr. Stamp has helped countless business professionals and university students awaken their untapped creative abilities and accelerate their “discovery thinking” that adds value to organizations and improves the performance of individuals and teams. Dr. Stamp has been a chaired assistant professor of entrepreneurship at the University of North Dakota and conducted workshops at more that 50 universities and 300 companies worldwide. In recognition of his nonstop energy, unique teaching style and passion for experiential learning, Dr. Stamp was awarded the prestigious and student-nominated Excellence in Entrepreneurship Education Award from the Acton Foundation.
RCEF is a non-profit organization helping entrepreneurs in southern Minnesota through business counseling and facilitation. Located at 934 Marsh St. (next to Bethany Lutheran College), all of RCEF’s services are free and confidential. BizPitch is a program started by RCEF to provide feedback for entrepreneurs. For more information on BizPitch, please visit rcef.net/bizpitch.
Contact: Bryan Stading
Executive Director, RCEF