March 15, 2016 | Business
I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve been accepted as a scholar into the 2016 spring session of the Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Businesses Program.
The curriculum is created by Babson College, which has been called the #1 school for entrepreneurship by U.S. News & World Report for the past 16 years. This highly-competitive program attracts current business owners from across the US.
I will be part of a national cohort that does most of its classwork through online and remote learning, and I will be traveling to Massachusetts twice this spring. The program is like a mini MBA, but is solely for current business owners, and we’ll be using our own businesses for data as we learn more about finding business opportunities, increasing revenues and creating more jobs in our communities.
My classwork is just beginning and I can already see a glimpse of how this work will help me to grow Visible Logic and Mail on the Mark. And I’m sure I’ll have many ideas to share with you, my clients and blog readers.