A Biz Assembly™ mentor is so much more!
A business mentor is someone who can share wisdom on an ongoing basis in a way that will impact the growth of your business positively. The mentors at Biz Assembly go above and beyond this definition.
BA mentors are skilled business people who volunteer their expertise in business formation and funding, strategic planning, management, and technical fields. Most notably these mentors provide candid appraisals of entrepreneurs and their ventures. Join us and sit down with one at a roundtable session.
Qualities of a BA Mentor
Knowledgeable. They are considered experts in their fields
Compassionate. Whatever point you are in your business they’ve been there
Inspirational. They help you remember why you started
Determined. BA Mentors want to see you succeed
Challenging. They are there to see your business reach new heights
Roll Up Your Sleeves & Sit Down with a Business Mentor
Each roundtable session provides you with a one-on-one opportunity to discuss your progress, your course corrections, and your new monthly goals. A BA Mentor doesn’t hold business hours and they don’t charge for their time. They are men and women who feel that the success of their community depends on entrepreneurs. These business mentors hold firmly to the belief that small business is the future of the global economy. They will do whatever it takes to empower business owners and educate them on how to start a business and get it to thrive.
Accountability is one of the largest hurdles to starting a business. A BA mentor is not only ready to get down in the trenches of your business, but they are going to hold you accountable for every one of your stated goals.
The Mentors at Biz Assembly Come from all Walks of Life
Our business mentors are serial entrepreneurs, CFOs, small business owners, corporate CEOs, marketing executives, sales managers, and many more. They hale from industries like online marketing, landscaping, technology, investing, personal products, and consulting just name a few.
Each mentor brings their own “flavor” to a roundtable discussion. Taking the time to work with more than one can help you build all the areas of your business. These experts of the business world have advice on a broad range of topics to start your business or grow one. As business owners themselves, they can guide you through business management, business development, financing, marketing, staffing, business plans, or product development.