BIPOC Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition (bETA) is an 8-week program designed to give BIPOC entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs in Rhode Island the knowledge, tools, and access to the capital they need to acquire and run an already existing and successful small business.
Starting a business from scratch is hard. You have to validate your idea, raise funding, attract customers, build operations, and beat the daunting odds of a 90% failure rate. Buying a business allows you to shortcut all of this and make money on day one of becoming a business owner.
Date: February 8, 2023 at 5:30 p.m. ET | Location: Virtual
This 90-minute Introductory Virtual Workshop will cover 1)What is Entrepreneurship through Acquisition (ETA)? 2) How is it different from traditional Entrepreneurship? 3) What will be covered in the course? and 4) What is expected of you in terms of a time commitment?
In-person 1st, 4th and 8th modules at CCRI Liston Campus, Virtual weekly on Mondays and Fridays at 6 pm EST
The bETA Course is comprised of three in-person workshop modules and 5 weekly virtual sessions spread over an 8-week period.
Each Module will have participants get more in-depth knowledge about the process of acquiring a business – from finding a target, to what to look for in due diligence, to financing it and running it. Here is what is covered in each week:
Upon successful completion of the course, entrepreneurs may qualify for stipends, 100% Impact Acquisition Financing, and Free Services for due diligence, structuring, and closing.
For additional program details, please visit the FAQs page or email Sonia Moin at email@example.com.
The bETA program is brought to you by the following partners
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