Our 12-point objectives are simple. Meeting these will change the landscape of the urban community at-large.
Objective #1 Help individuals who do not have the opportunity to attend an Ivy League university or time to attend years of college gain the mental business acumen.
Objective #2 Place ownership possibilities in the line of sight of individuals who are risk-averse due to limited financial resources.
Objective #3 Give individuals the most realistic experience on business ownership, where they are able to build the hard skills, soft skills and fundamentals needed to run a successful business from ground up.
Objective #4 Show our student entrepreneurs how to generate at least $100,000 per month in their businesses. This revenue level affords entrepreneurs enough financial resources to maintain a facility, hire a staff, build wealth and make their business generational.
Objective #5 Infuse urban entrepreneurs with a patient, diligent and leadership mindset; some of which are needed to go from hustling to owning a sustainable, professional enterprise that delivers quality goods or services.
Objective #6 To teach our student entrepreneurs how to manage cash, handle debt/run a debt-free business and become financially savvy with financial investments.
Objective #7 To methodically change the negative stereotypes often placed on small, start-up, urban-owned businesses by the community at-large.
Objective #8 Give access to breakthrough technique and the latest best practices to aspiring entrepreneurs and self-made CEOs, whereas their success expectations and standards of successful business is enhanced.
Objective #9 Teach student entrepreneurs the art and science of doing professional business with the public on retail, distribution and manufacturing levels and not only how to do business with friends.
Objective #10 Build the confidence and skillset I home-based and car-based entrepreneurs, whereas they are able to transition into brick and mortar operations with full-time employees.
Objective #11 Offer an easy registration experience to individuals (and agencies) who are very serious about creating an official long-lasting business.
Objective #12 To annually churn out at least 5,000 entrepreneurs from urban communities who are able compete with Ivy league graduates and entrepreneurs who grew up in a culture of entrepreneurship.
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