Thinking About Starting Your Own Business? Attend UC San Diego Extension’s Early Stage Entrepreneurship Workshop

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Hosted through UC San Diego Extension’s Center for Life/Work Strategies, participants will learn about starting a business from a successful business leader and teacher who owns and operates a group of marketing and media consulting companies.

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In this series of four workshops at UC San Diego Extension's Center for Life/Work Strategies which begins on October 3, 2012, you will learn what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Learn the characteristics of an entrepreneur, discover 10 make or break insights and strategies that can increase your chances of success and create a basic “bottom up” marketing plan which will help you organize, build and grow your business.

Join Ben Gage B.S., J.D - a successful entrepreneur, intellectual property attorney, business leader and teacher who owns and operates a group of marketing and media consulting companies. His experience in these areas allows him to provide insight, leadership, direction and marketing expertise to anyone involved in a start-up venture.

UC San Diego Extension's Center for Life/Work Strategies offers courses and workshops to provide general career guidance, while others are industry-specific, connecting students to key industry organizations, sector leaders, mentors and companies. As the job market has fundamentally changed, so must the way in which people approach their employment—it’s up to individuals to understand and build upon their strengths and develop a plan to meet their goals. UC San Diego Extension’s Center for Life/Work Strategies is focused on providing resources to help individuals with career fit, career search and career advancement strategies.

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UC San Diego Extension (http://www.extension.ucsd.edu) is recognized internationally for linking the public to the knowledge resources of the University of California. As the continuing education and public programs arm of the university, UC San Diego Extension educates approximately 56,000 enrollees a year, which translates to over 26,000 students in more than 4,900 courses.

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