Jan 08 2021

Maximize Your Growth with the RISBDC's "Level Up" Business Program

Rhode Island District Office  - January 7, 2021

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"Level Up" With the RISBDC

Information Session: January 14, 2021 - 11:00AM


Business growth can be both a gift and a challenge. As your enter into the growth stage entrepreneurs confront new challenges as they strive to scale their business. This includes building a management team, creating internal infrastructure, expanding into new markets and recruiting and retaining talented employees.

To address these points, three powerful services are now available in one impactful program:

  • The System for Integrated Growth®
  • Virtual leadership retreats
  • Virtual PeerSpectives® CEO roundtables

These services enable you to access customized information to grow your business, hone your leadership skills and connect with other second-stage business owners. The engagement spans six months and is specifically designed to help second stage leaders work on their business. Developed by the Edward Lowe Foundation, this comprehensive program is made available through the Rhode Island Small Business Development Center.

Join the RISBDC on Thursday, January 14 at 11:00AM for an information session that will allow you to see if this program is right for you. Interested businesses should register by clicking the link below.

Register For Info Session

Eligibility — To participate, companies must be a for-profit private company based in Rhode Island. You business must typically generate between $1 million to $50 million in annual revenue and employ between 10-99 full-time equivalent employees. Interested businesses should register by clicking the link below.

Program Application

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