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Mission Possible: Free Speed Coaching for Local Makers and Entrepreneurs

Mission 2 Market flyerAre you a local entrepreneur looking to launch, run or grow your business?

Mission 2 Market, a hyperlocal consulting and marketing company, has assembled some of the best talent to help small businesses build success.

In their 30+ years experience in marketing strategy, merchandising, brand management, product launches and relationship building, the team behind Mission 2 Market has developed a network of industry experts who, like them, have a passion for helping others grow. They’re inspired to share their knowledge and resources.

Join Mission 2 Market and friends for an evening of one-on-one coaching, practical and real world business advice from the area’s top seasoned professionals. Topics include marketing, branding, design and packaging, social enterprise, finance, e-commerce and more. No small business subject is off-limits.

Speed coaching is free, but pre-registration is required.  Please come prepared with question regarding specific concerns or challenges your business is currently facing along with any samples of product, packaging, or logo design you seek feedback on.  The event is hosted by Link Local and NeoNiche Strategies with refreshments provided Cava Grill and Whole Foods Market. 

Register @ m2mspeedcoaching.eventbrite.com. Contact [email protected] for more information or any questions.

What: Mission Possible: Speed Coaching for Local Makers and Entrepreneurs
When: Thursday, June 23 from 6-9 p.m.
Where: Link Locale at 3140 Washington Blvd (Wells Fargo Building, 2nd Floor, two blocks from the Clarendon Metro)

The preceding post was written and sponsored by Mission 2 Market.

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