This conference offers a day of inspiration, learning and regional networking.
- Engage with a national expert… without leaving your community
- Add value to your existing rural businesses
- Encourage new entrepreneurs
- Create jobs and improve your economy
Join us on April 17, 2015 from 8:00 am to 2:30 pm for a creative statewide conference delivered to multiple communities across the state.
“Who are the rural entrepreneurs? Why are they important? and How can you help them succeed?”
EntreWorks believes that entrepreneurship in all its forms is the key to revitalizing our small rural communities. They work with organizations and civic leaders to design, implement, and promote innovative economic development strategies, policies, and programs.
Below is a map showing our twenty sites, and you can click on the “Locations” button on the left navigation bar to find more details about the site nearest you.
Make your Entrepreneur and Small Business Community Stronger!
Registration fee is $30 … with a
$25 early bird special between March 5 and April 10.
Register now at:
Contact me for more information or to be added to the email distribution list.
Debra Hansen; firstname.lastname@example.org;
“Erik Pages?!!! I’m absolutely a fan of Erik Pages! As far as I’m
concerned he is the best speaker/thinker/discusser of entrepreneurial development I have ever heard!
The programs, efforts and motives of my organization in working throughout our communities has direct ties to what I’ve learned and gleaned from Erik.”
Michael Cade, Executive Director, Thurston EDC
P2P 2013 Comments
“P2P was a great springboard to bring more economic development resources to our rural communities.”
Clea Rome, WSU Clallam County Extension
“This was an exciting opportunity to bring different groups and agencies together to all work on small business solutions.”
Margie Hall, Director Lincoln County EDC