Small Businesses Get Peer Insights, Expert Analysis in Ventureneer Webinar

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Three small businesses will undergo an analysis of real business problems by their peers and an expert. Learn from doing in free Ventureneer webinar.

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Peer interaction as well as coaching can energize and refocus small business owners. This class will give everyone a jolt of that energy.

Small business owners will put themselves on the "hot seat" in a new, free webinar from Ventureneer in which the real-life challenges and opportunities of the businesses will be analyzed by peers and the instructor.

"Peer interaction as well as coaching can energize and refocus small business owners. This class will give everyone a jolt of that energy," said Geri Stengel, founder of Ventureneer.

Taught by Danielle Douglas, Inspire Enterprise, Inc., the online seminar will give business owners the opportunity to:
*experience interactive, online learning
*hear solutions to business problems from their peers
*contribute their own insights
*learn from an experienced small-business mentor and coach

As a bonus, one volunteer participant will be chosen for a free, 15-minute consultation by Douglas, a "live" case study in the value of training and networking.

The webinar, The Answers Small Businesses Need To Achieve 2011 Goals, will be aired Wednesday, March 2, from 12n-1pm ET. Small business owners and entrepreneurs who've reached a sticking point in their businesses or who want to kick-start growth will get a taste of how powerful coaching and peer interaction are.

For more information or to register, to to The Answers Small Businesses Need To Achieve 2011 Goals.

About Ventureneer
Ventureneer connects values-driven small business owners, social entrepreneurs, and nonprofit leaders with the knowledge they need to make the world a better place and to thrive as businesses. At Ventureneer, entrepreneurial and nonprofit training and advice are practical, accessible, and affordable. Ventureneer blends traditional, formal instruction with informal, peer learning. You can learn new skills, collaborate with peers, develop solutions to your real-world problems, get one-on-one help from experts, and access the information you need to make better decisions for your organizations.

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