With the hope of providing Californians with an easy way to build a business, the California Entrepreneur Collective is launching.
How to start a business in California
ELK GROVE, Calif., Nov. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ginny Silver has announced the launch of The California Entrepreneur Collective, a group site for small business owners, entrepreneurs, content creators, and creators, and welcomes those one now. for a one-of-a-kind program that provides tools, resources, community, and education to eliminate frustration, confusion, and loneliness in the business process.
The California Entrepreneur Collective, founded by Ginny Silver, is intended as a first-of-its-kind program with access to a growing resource library updated with new additions every month, a monthly training stream, membership access self. only Facebook page, a 20-phase California Small Business Roadmap, and action plan including detailed steps for some of the most common business development steps to walk members through the process of planning, growing , and scaling their small business. The goal of this program is to create a group that will reach people with even a small budget, who may not be able to pay for one-on-one lessons.
“When I started my first business more than 10 years ago, there was a lot of confusion, frustration, and loneliness. I often wished there was a resource that could give me access to an owner’s manual for My business is very sensitive to the great work that is necessary to build their dreams. I want to create a community where people who are planning, starting or growing their business will not feel overwhelmed, lonely, or uncertain that often comes with entrepreneurship, to have ability to focus on what’s important – building their dream business.Silver said.
Ginny Silver is an entrepreneur and business coach with over 13 million+ views on her YouTube channel and has been featured on Calmatters, KTVU, ABC and Yahoo. He specializes in making the process of starting and growing a California small business an easy-to-understand, doable process.
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