Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative – Class of 2012

By: ellis j. still   

Wow… It seems like yesterday since I graduated from Rutgers School of Business’ Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative (EPI). EPI is a comprehensive program that develops entrepreneurs in the State of New Jersey. Several business relationships and friendships resulted from attending the monthly classes, in whom I continue to confide in for feedback, and they in me. The classes were great, and much (if not all) of the topics discussed implemented in my business, or have plans on implementing in the future. The EPI program is a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs to mature both themselves and their business in many ways.

Rutgers University is currently holding information sessions for the EPI Class of 2012. There is no obligation to attend, and is a great introduction about what the program is about, and how it can bring your business to the next level. During the year that I attended the information session, Dr. Robinson described the difference between a business owner and an Entrepreneur. This really fueled me to learn more about the program. In business, and in life, you know what you know, you know what you don’t know, and you don’t know what you don’t know. It is in supplying answers to this third category that brings value to the EPI program. There are a lot of really good nuggets from which to learn from, reinforced by building relationships with your peers. I have blogged about this program several times in the past, yet I will continue to do so in the future. It is a program that is genuine to entrepreneur’s needs for growth and succeeding (and affordable), and I encourage you to step outside of your normal regime to invest in yourself and your business.

Click here to visit Rutgers’ EPI website.

Question: There is nothing to lose, and everything to gain. What is stopping you from contacting Rutgers EPI about being a part of the EPI class of 2012?

© 2011, Ellis J. Still. All rights reserved. 

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