Skip to main content

Original text


Powered by Google TranslateTranslate
Powered by Google TranslateTranslate
12 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting a Business
Live Event (online)
Black female entrepreneur thinking at desk in office
Date & Time: February 8, 2023, 3:00pm MST
Cost: $0.00
Duration: 90 minutes Language: English Register Now
About the event

Come learn from a seasoned, successful entrepreneur on how to avoid the pitfalls YOU will run into when owning your own business.

Business Insider, an American financial and business news website, claims 99.7% of all companies in the United States are considered small. That’s approximately 28.8 million businesses. The Small Business Administration (SBA) states 20% have a chance of failing within the first year. Additionally, 34% of all new startups fail in year two, while very few businesses will make it beyond year five. Small business survival odds have not changed in over two decades

In this presentation, Darlene shares 12 main categories of challenges she faced to beat the odds of failure to make 4 of her startups successful. During the life of her companies, sales totaled over $40 Million. But as she will share, her success was not without overcoming challenges and many lessons learned. 

She will share…

  • The details of actual real-life experiences 
  • Marketing issues 
  • Money challenges
  • How to avoid becoming a victim of online shoplifting 
  • Fake news on social media and 
  • How Elvis left the building
SHARE THIS EVENT
About the presenters
Darlene Ziebell
Darlene Ziebell
Darlene is a prominent entrepreneur, author, and business consultant. She helps entrepreneurs grow successful businesses beyond seven figures.
Read Darlene's full bio
CONNECT
4041 N. Central Ave. Suite 1000
}
Phoenix, AZ 85012
‪(928) 421-3778‬

Copyright © 2023 SCORE Association, SCORE.org

Funded, in part, through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.

In partnership with
Jump back to top