Biz503 Podcast Preview: From Idea to Business Plan

Idea to Business Plan

We all have a million ideas, but only a few entrepreneurs successfully turn ideas into millions.

What’s the trick?

Here’s a hint – it takes a lot of work. Assuming that you’ve gone through the steps of validating your business concept, there’s still a long road between notes on a napkin and a profitable venture.

Early stage business building is a jigsaw of essential parts. There’s financial modeling, raising capital, marketing planning, networking, research and much more on the table. Not to mention the other, more elusive aspects of starting down the entrepreneurial track, such as work-life balance, tracking success, and holding yourself accountable.

Want to learn how to sift through these concepts and gain the basic tools you need to turn your idea into a thriving business?

Join us Friday, April 7th between 1-2 p.m. on 99.1 FM/prp.fm for our live broadcast of Biz503: From Idea to Business Plan

To kick off a new season of Biz503, we’re launching a “how-to” series on taking your idea from a concept to profitability, and all the steps along the entrepreneurial way. You’ll want to tune in to this episode as we cover how to build your great idea into a solid business foundation.

Co-hosts Kedma Ough (Director of Mt. Hood Community College SBDC ) and Leslie Hildula (Business Advisor & Adjunct Faculty at Portland Community College’s SBDC) will guide the conversation with the following guest panelists:

Dave Barcos, founder and startup consultant of The Bridge Incubator

Veronika (Ronnie) Noize, marketing coach at the DIY Marketing Center

Matthew Firosz, owner at NEPO 42 and an instructor at PCC’s Restaurant Business Builders program

And this week on Biz503 Immix Law Group, trusted legal advisors to startups and small business, will give away a free hour of legal work on an issue or challenge you’re facing in your business. (Terms and conditions of an engagement letter will apply.) Listen to the live show for a chance to text-to-win!

Nastacia Voisin

I’m a recent University of Portland grad and an aspiring journalist. I hail originally from Ontario, Canada. My passions and pursuits vary – currently I’m into indie films, podcasts, live storytelling and tango.
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