MILE HIGH Fall Training in Denver November 2001

NBIANBIA Fall Training Institute 2001
November 10-12
Denver, Colorado

workshops accommodations registration activities


Every year since 1990, NBIA has provided in-depth training for those wanting to create and lead effective entrepreneurial support programs. This year will be no different.

As we enter uncertain economic times, small businesses no doubt will continue to play an integral role in fueling the economy. Now, more than ever, those who help small businesses must be prepared to meet the challenges. Join us in Denver, the Mile High City, to get the tools you need to get the job done. Show the world what business incubation can do.

NBIA's 11th Fall Training Institute will feature four totally new workshops along with a perennial favorite. A faculty of industry leaders and experts will share their knowledge and experience with those who work to accelerate entrepreneurial ventures: business incubation professionals and board members, economic developers, business leaders, investors, politicians, university technology transfer experts and others who work with entrepreneurs.

So come enjoy a Rocky Mountain High weekend where you can learn new skills, share insights and expand your network of contacts. Register now!

Nov. 10
Nov. 11
Nov. 12
Incubator Assessment and Refinement: Systematically Evaluating your Incubator's Strengths and Weaknesses      
Developers' Prep Course:
Developing a Nonprofit or For-Profit Incubation Program
Best Practices in Organizational Effectivesness for Incubators and Their Clients      
The Art of Analysis:
Critical Skills for Coaching Start-Up Companies
Feasibility Analysis for Small-Town and Rural Incubators      


Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority logo   LocalFund logo

Your host for Saturday night's reception at the Bioscience Park Center at Fitzsimons.
Conference sponsored by LocalFundBridging the gap between entrepreneurs and investors.



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