James Hooks To Develop Roundtable Groups For Small Business Owners And New Business School Graduates
Activist and entrepreneur to develop new discussion groups for business people to share ideas, seek advice.
- (1888PressRelease) December 15, 2010 - James Hooks, activist and entrepreneur, is developing a new program for small business owners and business school graduates to meet and share ideas and seek advice.
Tentatively titled TIGER (The Innovative Group for Enhanced Results), the program will comprise of roundtable groups of up to 50 members that will meet on a monthly and/or quarterly basis to discuss current issues and inspire strategic thinking amongst its members.
"The purpose of this project is for small business owners to come together and act as life coaches and consultants for one another," said James Hooks. "The real value will be not just in building relationships with each other, but learning from each other's successes and failures, and see how best we could use those to compete successfully in today's challenging economic environment."
The program will compose of two separate groups: new business school graduates looking to make their mark on the world, and small business owners in business for at least three years seeking new ways to enhance their business model. Topics in the groups may include strategic marketing, wealth preservation, investment strategies, successful networking, human resource management, and niche discovery.
Cities being targeted for the roundtable groups include New York City, New York; Los Angeles, California; Denver, Colorado; Austin, Texas; and Atlanta, Georgia.
Small business owners, entrepreneurs, consultants, and recent business school graduates interested in more information on the groups, how to join, and becoming a part of the planning committee should contact James Hooks directly at info ( @ ) jameshooks dot com dot
About James Hooks:
James Hooks is a published entrepreneur with experience consulting and operating companies in a multitude of industries. He is also an activist affiliated with multiple charitable organizations, a lifestyle contributor for TheArtcore.net, and is founder of the American Credit Start non-profit organization.
Blogs: http://blog.jameshooks.com and http://jameshooks.tumblr.com
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James Hooks at TheArtcore.net: http://theartcore.net/?tag=james-hooks