This free five-week course is designed for business owners who in the last year who suffered losses in revenue, saw declines in customers, or had to make operational changes due to COVID-19. It’s designed to help you understand the changes that you need to make for yourself — and your business — to get back on your feet. By the end of the course, you’ll have assessed what opportunities you have to rebuild, created new strategies, and defined clear next steps for your business.
Due to high demand, this class will go through a review process and business owners will be selected for this course based on need.
Step 1: Register here for the class.
Step 2: Within 48 hours of registering, you’ll receive a short “application” questionnaire via email.
Step 3: After filling out and submitting your questionnaire, our team will review your application.
Step 4: You’ll receive notification as to whether you were selected for the course.
For Frequently Asked Questions, please visit Oregon Women’s Business Center Classes & Events Frequently Asked Questions
Owning and running a business can be scary and thrilling. Bill Horton knows this fear and excitement first-hand: Through three businesses (and counting) he has known great success — and one epic failure. He is passionate about sharing what he’s learned. Bill believes that by clearing the chaos and facing tough truths, business owners can transform the way they think about their business and move forward with clarity, confidence, and calm.
Bill is an expert trainer, facilitator, educator, and speaker who works with business owners and has also developed curricula and trained entrepreneurs of all stripes through programs at Mercy Corps Northwest, the Portland Fashion Institute, the cities of Forest Grove and Milwaukie, Oregon, and Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in Wilsonville.
This event is proudly hosted by Oregon Women’s Business Center at Mercy Corps Northwest, funded in partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration