The three-day executive education program will offer small business leaders help with financial strategies for growing companies.
In small business as in much of life, you learn a lot as you go. And for the rest? Harvard has a program for that.
Harvard Business School today announced a new executive education program for small business leaders.
The program, called “Leading Your Small Business Through Its Lifecycle,” aims to help entrepreneurs determine effective financial strategies during different stages of a company’s life. The three-day program, scheduled for June 24-27, will include classroom discussions, case study analysis, and presentations.
The program takes place on the HBS campus and will be open to entrepreneurs with businesses at varying stages of growth that make up to $5 million in annual sales.
Knowledge doesn’t come cheap, of course—the program fee is $7,500—but then again, education is an investment.
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