Free Services For Entrepreneurs & Small Business Owners
- Small Business Training & Workshops
- One-on-One Coaching
- Business Plan Development
- Access to Funding Resources
- Financial Literacy
- Personal Development
- I-HOPE Mentor Community
Our business counseling services are:
Effective- We have years of experience helping small businesses succeed
Confidential- All our clients, their businesses, and related information are kept strictly confidential – we will not sell or provide your information to anyone without your permission.
Free- Our business counseling services are provided free of charge to businesses and entrepreneurs
How can we serve you?
Do you have dreams of being a small business owner? A great idea that solves a problem? We can help you turn your idea into a profitable business giving you the ability to support your family and impact our community.
Have you just started your business and need help with your next steps? We can help you with setting up a solid infrastructure, an effective marketing plan, access to capital, and more!
Are you an established business owner in need of some guidance? Want to scale your business to the next level? We can help guide you and GROW your business with resources, certifications, access to capital, and a business accountability coach.
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Events & Workshops
We are open and ready to serve you! Join us online for our informative webinars and workshops on key business topics such as Basics of Business, Keys to Business Success, Marketing Strategies that Work, 360 Degree Business Screenings, Business Plans 101, QuickBooks, Free Tools for Your Small Business, and more!
We also offer One-on-One Business Coaching, both online and in-person.
- Clarify Your Message So Customers Listen
- Thursday, October 21
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If you have any questions or need assistance, fill out the form and we’ll get back to you!
To receive free, confidential business advice from our advisors, please register. Registration is fast, easy, and free.
The I-HOPE Women’s Business Center is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.