Making The Jump: From Employee To Company Founder

It's a new year and a great time to look at what you need to know to make the jump from being an employee to launching your own startup or small business.

And who better to learn from than the guy who wrote the book on the subject?

Jeff Levy, author of "Making The Jump", will show you what you need to know in this special one-time only event.

This event is for those who wish to now (or in the future) start their own small business or startup.

Jeff Levy will discuss the key considerations when deciding if a business is the right thing for you at this time in your life and at this time in the economic cycle. He will cover the opportunities and risks, including what are appropriate motivations to increase business success.  Vignettes and stories form practical experience will be shared along with audience participation encouraged.

Jobs are not forever. "...the individual worker is going to become more and more responsible for managing his or her own career, risks, and economic security...” - Thomas Friedman (the World is Flat)

Self-employment can actually put you in the best position to achieve financial security, follow your dream and create a work life balance.


Register now for just $12 (no refunds) or $25/door, the night of the event.

Event includes food and beverages.

NOTE: Please arrive as close to 5:30pm as possible. (The building's lobby elevators are locked after 7pm, so no one will be allowed to arrive after 7pm!) 


EVENT SPEAKER:

Jeff Levy, entrepreneur, coach, and mentor has helped hundreds of individuals open their own franchise or small business. Over the course of his career he’s been recognized for this contributions by winning award that include:[masked] year Mentor Recognition award at Seattle University ; Past chairman Education Committee, Seattle University Entrepreneurship Center; Fellow Fordham Consortium in Business;  Highlighted in the book, “Changing Careers after 40," and co-author of “Making the Jump into Small Business Ownership.”


Seattle Entrepreneurs is a social enterprise so revenue generated goes toward Global Music Project, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to unite people through music and cultural awareness. Support music and cultural awareness with your donation…

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  • Matt M.

    Jeff Levy is a great speaker and has a rich breadth of experience to draw from.

    January 21, 2014

  • Peter F.

    Registration closes today at 2pm. After that, you can pay $25 at the door to attend. Don't miss this! :-)

    January 21, 2014

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