We hope to see this debate open up communication on several issues that falter first time business owners and for it to spark a change in success rates for their start-up company’s.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) December 21, 2012
As a result of the uncertain corporate job market, entrepreneurship is flourishing among recent MBA graduates. Among the issues facing these new business start-up’s are the limited support networks supplying business education and ‘entrepreneurial loneliness’. Northstar Consulting Group in New York have planned a debate which aims to draw attention to issues small business owners face in their first few years in business.
The debate is hosted by Bart Yates, Entrepreneur and CEO at Northstar Consulting Group. Among the prompts for those involved in the debate are - Do government bodies offer enough support for Start-Up’s in America? Are Isolation and Loneliness contributing factors to lack of growth? And is Business Development in the forefront of the entrepreneur’s mind?
Northstar Consulting Group’s CEO Bart Yates said ‘There needs to be a focus on the steps required to implement changes and growth within business environments. We hope to see this debate open up communication on several issues that falter first time business owners and for it to spark a change in success rates for their start-up company’s.’
The panel gathers recent graduates, small business owners, self-employed individuals and Entrepreneurs to share their views and experience and to discuss central challenges in achieving business growth and development in the US economic climate. Scheduled to last 90 minutes, the discussion will be followed by a networking dinner at the local Michelin star restaurant, Marc Forgione, located in Manhattan's TriBeCa neighborhood.
About Northstar Consulting Group: http://ncgnyc.com/northstar-consulting-group-about-us/
‘We are looking forward to this debate. I am sure there will be some interesting elements that will bring new insight to business owners who are facing problems with growing their businesses’ adds Bart Yates of Northstar Consulting Group.
Northstar Consulting Group hope the debate will inspire similar conversations across the whole country. The debate will be moderated so that contributors have an opportunity to air their opinion.
For more information about the debate and Business Development for Start-ups please visit http://www.ncgnyc.com or for any questions please email info(at)ncgnyc(dot)com