At the beginning of Day 3, Randy White shared about soul care for the social entrepreneur. After getting an update from each entrepreneur, Andrew Shinn taught business modeling – how to plan and project for success. Participants learned about pricing, cost of goods sold, monthly […]
I’m privileged to teach business and entrepreneurship at Fresno Pacific University. This semester, my students in Seminar in Strategic Management are launching businesses. Here are a few of the projects they’re working on:
For Freedom Flags
These patriotic decor pieces are great gifts for veterans, police officers, firefighter, and other heroes and patriots.
This dynamic duo is offering social media marketing consulting for small businesses. Any business that needs more traffic or wants to sell more should look them up!
These caring helpers take care of the daily household needs of older people. They help people living on their own to stay independent for longer, and they provide peace of mind for anyone responsible for an older relative.
These recycle-preneurs take used or broken electronics and give them a new life before selling them overseas to people who don’t have access to the latest gadgets.
T.H.E. Detail Kings
These hard-working guys help to protect the investment you’ve made in your car. They make your used car feel like a new car for only a fraction of the price!
These guys make unique stickers, delivered with a unique experience!
These guys deliver custom, classy t-shirts for military members and firearms enthusiasts. They also offer military unit t-shirts at a good price and right when they’re needed.
String It On
This team makes custom string art wall art (backed by good stories) for home stagers and moms with kids.
Which project is your favorite? Which one(s) do you want more information about?
Entrepreneurs are curious people. They’re driven to create, and part of that process involves learning from others. The most successful entrepreneurs read – a lot. Much of my business education comes from the books I’ve read. As I was mentoring a young entrepreneur recently, he […]
I have the opportunity to take students inside four different manufacturing companies this week. These companies are really opening up to talk about sales, production, accounting, production scheduling, labor and personnel, and other useful business topics. Below are the first two company visits, posted over at a web site I created for the project, ePathway Academy. Follow along and enjoy!