Girl Scouts - Entrepreneur CadettesDate: Friday, January 25, 2013
Time: 09:00 AM
Course Length: 4 hours plus a 30 minute break for lunch
Experience Required: none
Class Size: up to 10
What is an entrepreneur?
Risks and Rewards of owning your own business
Various types of businesses that are open to entrepreneurship
Organizations that support small businesses/entrepreneurship
Evaluation of different business models.
Brain Storming Business Ideas
The value of brainstorming and how to do it.
Group brainstorming to get the ideas flowing.
Where does the money come from?
What business ideas appeal to you?
What is a Business Plan?
The importance of having a business plan
Develop a business plan for your idea.
Fine Tuning Business plans
Review of business plan, fix problems and finalize their plans.
Mock up of advertisement/commercial
Work in pairs to help each other develop either a print advertisement or short video commercial to advertise their business.
Present Your Plan
Presentation of business plans.
Input and advice from fellow workshop participants.
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Artist Bio - Carol van Ahlers
Carol does well to draw a recognizable stick figure, but refuses to let that stop her from trying out new ways to stretch her artistic creativity, often to the humorous enjoyment of others. She is a recent empty nester and can’t wait to fill her days with meeting new people who share her appreciation for art and the joy brought on by its beauty.
Carol's background is in public relations and marketing. For several years she was co-owner of AhlerSmith Public Relations, a firm specializing in sports marketing and government public relations. She has worked for several years as a freelance writer and public relations consultant prior to forming artside studio with her friend Steffi. She has also worked in the Fullerton School District as a substitute teacher since 2006.