WMed Innovation Center Offers GrowthWheel Series For Entrepreneurs

WMed Innovation Center Offers GrowthWheel Series For Entrepreneurs

KALAMAZOO – WMed Innovation Center in offering in March a 10-day series called GrowthWheel, a visual toolbox and cloud-based platform used by business advisors to help entrepreneurs and growth companies make decisions and take action.

Join Sandra Cochrane, Director of the WMed Innovation Center and a GrowthWheel Certified Advisor, for an in-depth dive into the GrowthWheel toolbox. Learn how to get focused, set an agenda, make decisions, and take action. Attendees will participate in a series of hands-on workshops that will explore all the sections of the GrowthWheel toolbox, and will get a sense of how empowering it can be to work with a Certified GrowthWheel Advisor.

After the workshop series, attendees will have all the tools necessary to use the GrowthWheel program on their own or can opt to join the Innovation Center’s GrowthWheel program for continued coaching and assistance.

Cost: $299 for the 10-week series. Individual workshop days can be purchased for $50 each. Session fee includes one additional guest at no charge. The full session fee includes 1 complete set of GrowthWheel materials ($150 value).

If you want to know more about GrowthWheel before you sign up for the 10-day series, attend one of our FREE informational sessions to learn more: The next sessions are on Jan. 26 and February 27.

Register at First time users must register and create an account. Choose “sign in with your email and password.” Complete the required fields (email, name, and password). For “credit eligibility,” select General Attendance. No other fields are necessary.

By |2018-01-14T11:10:24+00:00January 14th, 2018|Entrepreneurs|

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