MYB CEO accepted into Goldman Sachs’ ’10,000 Businesses’ program

Hendersonville, NC, August 13, 2014 — Mind Your Business is thrilled to announce that its CEO, Karen Caruso, has been accepted into Goldman Sachs’ exclusive 10,000 Small Businesses program. The purpose of the 10,000 Small Businesses program is to foster the creation of jobs and economic growth by providing small business owners and entrepreneurs with business education, funding and support. Those chosen to participate in the program receive one-on-one business consultations with mentors and professionals, in order to form concrete goals and tactics for both economic and business growth. Karen will also receive a scholarship for tuition and program materials, and will have the opportunity to attend learning sessions, networking events and business clinics. Classes are intended to improve business owners’ skills in identifying business opportunities, using financial statements to improve management, understanding the competitive environment, and more. The 10,000 Small Businesses program is based out of Salt Lake Community College in Salt Lake City, Utah, and totals more than 100 hours of educational information. The program is supported by the Goldman Sachs Foundation.]]>

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