The Author of Your Own Story Business Bootcamp isn’t about just theory – it’s about the application. During the business bootcamp retreat, your leaders will guide you through what it takes to build and run a successful business.
Typical Content Covered at a Business Bootcamp Retreat include:
- Leason from a Lean Startup: Learn how to build your idea into a business by using small chunks and leveraging technology. If you are an existing business, you can use these practices to scale a new project or reduce waste in your organization.
- Choosing the Right Business Model: Choosing the right business model can be a make-it or break-it desission. Learn how to understand, assess, and design a business model that will help you succeed and fit into the lifestyle of your dreams.
- Customer Acquisition: If you don’t have customers you don’t have a business. Getting new clients or customers can be the toughest aspect of running a successful business for many people. We’ll talk about how to define who you customers really are, where to find them, and how to speak to them in a way that allows your message to land.
- Determining the Marketplace: You’ll learn to assess where you are today, where your competition is, and where opportunities lie.
- Financials Fundamentals: The numbers don’t lie and they serve as the scorecard for most all businesses. You’ll learn what numbers to focus on, what they mean, and how to read them in a way that tells you if you’re winning the game of business.
- Social Media to Increase Profits: Social Media is just that – it’s social. But as a business owner, you need to know how to leverage the various platforms to drive traffic and to drive sales.
- Internet Marketing and SEO Made Easy: Every business is on the Internet or it’s going out of business. You’ll learn what you need to know as a business owner to keep the doors open and sales coming in.
- Leadership: Do you lead from the front or from the back? We’ll dispel many leadership myths and show you how to build an inspiring company culture that makes work a bit more fun and puts more money in the pockets of your team and you.