Ryan will share the overview and concept for CBM, a 2014 startup that aims to streamline the way business leaders plan for sales, operations, marketing, finance and more.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (PRWEB) December 02, 2014
The Center for Business Modeling (CBM) announced today that executive chairman Christopher Ryan will present the company’s models and goals to the Colorado Springs 1 Million Cups (1MC) gathering at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 3 at the Ivywild School’s Wildcat Room (1604 S. Cascade Ave.). 1MC offers entrepreneurs the chance to receive feedback from peers and mentors by delivering a six-minute educational presentation on their business and answering 20 minutes of questions.
Ryan will share the overview and concept for CBM, a 2014 startup that aims to streamline the way business leaders plan for sales, operations, marketing, finance and more. The company launched earlier this year and has begun offering both free and paid resources to help business planners draw accurate road maps for key facets of their business without being mired in overly expensive and complicated tools.
“I’m grateful for the opportunity to talk about our model and get ideas to improve based on feedback from attendees,” said Ryan. “1 Million Cups benefits the Colorado Springs’ entrepreneurial community by making this forum available.”
Tom Ruhe of the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative will also address this week’s 1MC group in Colorado Springs. Click here for registration information.
About The Center for Business Modeling
The Center for Business Modeling was founded by a team of seasoned business professionals whose experience encompasses all aspects of business creation, operations and finance. Our team has experience ranging from small entrepreneurial ventures to multi-billion dollar international corporations. CBM principals have been responsible for launching ventures, fundraising, marketing, sales and running large successful organizations. Over the years, CBM professionals have seen businesses repeat the same mistakes including failure to capitalize on their core competencies and failure to plan correctly. Our team is now dedicated to helping companies reach their maximum potential through effective business modeling. Find out more at http://www.centerforbusinessmodeling.com.
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