Entrepreneurial Training Program

Entrepreneurial Training Program

Whether your business is growing or brand-new, writing a business plan is critical to building a profitable venture, especially to attract financing from lenders or investors. The Small Business Development Center at UW-Green Bay is sponsoring the Entrepreneurial Training Program of eight efficient sessions to help you develop a plan for a thriving, profitable business. In this program, you will learn to identify customers, determine their needs and analyze that information into a feasible plan for starting or growing your business.

ORGANIZE and better manage your business.

IDENTIFY OPPORTUNITIES and market your business.

UNDERSTAND and get your business financials in order.

GET FUNDING for your business.

WRITE a detailed, comprehensive business plan.

NETWORK with other entrepreneurs.

DEVELOP a network with small business support services.


Brown/Oconto Counties

Wednesdays, September 13th through November 1st, 2017

Time: 6 pm to 9 pm

Advance Business & Mfg Center, 2701 Larsen Road, BA101, Green Bay


$250 (cost includes book and all material) **


Click here to register or e-mail sbdc@uwgb.edu.

Click here to apply for the $750 grant.



Your cost is only $250 (includes book and all material) IF you complete an accepted business plan two weeks after the course end. The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) provides the remaining $750 in tuition assistance grant. That’s $1,000 worth of business training for $250! Applications are available by calling (920) 496-2117. You must register both online as well as apply for the grant to be fully registered for this course.


Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Diane Welhouse, 2701 Larsen Road, Green Bay, WI at (920) 496-2117. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.