Loyola University’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Community Development launched a brand new Entrepreneur Master Class series to help local entrepreneurs grow their businesses. The original plan was to host five events, but the university has decided to extend the classes through the fall to better fit the needs of entrepreneurs.
“Taught by professionals at the top of their field, the Loyola Entrepreneur Master Classes are a set of deep-dive series that explore a specific area of business expertise,” shared Loyola. “The classes are designed to fit the needs of local entrepreneurs to help them scale and, in many cases, become more investment-ready. “
The first class kicked off on Monday, September 9 and featured Mike Eckert from the NO/LA Angel Network discussing startup funding. Upcoming classes include: Accounting for the Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurial Marketing, Deconstructing Government Opportunities for Entrepreneur, and Entrepreneurial Selling.
Each topic will have several available class dates, and all classes run from 6:30 to 9:30pm at Loyola. Entrepreneurs can enroll for the entire series or for one or more classes individually.
All topics and dates are available here.