If you are a current client, click the button above to schedule with your advisor and an online meeting link will be included in your confirmation email. If you haven't met with a LaunchNET advisor yet, you can sign up at ksulaunch.net/apply
The Division for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion offers anti-racism training on Kent State’s campus, which consists of a series of sessions that include anti-racism workshops, Cultural Competency Basics & Awareness, Understanding Unconscious Bias, Leadership, Mindset & Care, Learning How to Be an Ally, and various additional topics on equity, inclusion, microaggressions and diversity.
From Tabitha: I am SO proud to be a business coach for this amazing young woman, who after a class visit from LaunchNET, stayed in touch with us and is working on her business idea, while she is still in highschool!
Alumni LaunchNET client is looking for someone interested in helping sell copies for a commission.
They would assist in developing a streamlined semi-passive and scalable sales strategy. The books make wonderful gifts for children and adults alike, and I have a feeling they will be an easy sell during the holiday season, if marketed skillfully!
Interested? Contact Paisley at email@example.com
In October 2020, the Hudson Library & Historical Society will offer a virtual intermediate level Etsy course, aimed at shop owners who have an Etsy store and who are looking to grow their business This brand-new four-week course will cover how to build solid a customer profile and use it to strengthen your shop’s branding, listings, and appearance. Learn a variety of ways to connect with your customers, make choices about which ones are right for your shop, and evaluate the effectiveness. The Etsy Craft Entrepreneurship Program is sponsored by the Burton D. Morgan Foundation.
Research a local news organization and come up with a new way for them to engage with their community. The outlet can be any type — TV, radio, newspaper, non-profit, weekly, online only, monthly, etc. And your engagement idea can be anything! Be creative and think outside the usual avenues for that outlet, brainstorm with them to see what they’d be interested in trying with you.
Create a plan on how you would work with them to implement your idea over a three-month period. You will need to detail the necessary steps, milestones and how you plan to measure success at the end of your three months. Submit this idea below by Oct. 31, 2020.
A HISTORICAL EXAMINATION OF THE DIFFICULTIES HINDERING BLACK FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS
Join Start Small Think Big and Dr. Lisanne Norman for a Two-Part Lecture/Discussion Series as they investigate how historical and systemic racism in America created this problem – and how we can work toward possible solutions.