The Clayton State University Center for Continuing Education, and the Clayton State School of Business, are joining forces with Entrepreneur Advisors on Entrepreneur Academy, an entrepreneurship 2.0 certificate program.
Entrepreneur Academy will be held on Thursday, Oct. 13 and Friday, Oct. 14 in room 101 of the Harry S. Downs Center on the Clayton State main campus in Morrow. Both sessions will run from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and will include lunch and free parking. Registration is $749 per person. However, the Center for Continuing Education is making a special limited time offer to individuals who want to share this experience with a colleague. Mention code E2.0 when registering to receive a second seat free. Individuals who only need one seat may take advantage of the special promotion and receive 50 percent off their registration fee. Call the Clayton State University Center for Continuing Education before Oct. 7 at (678) 466-5083 to receive this special one-time pricing.
The registration fee includes the two-day experience and an honorary membership in Entrepreneur Advisors. This membership is good for one year from the start date of the certificate program and includes access to EA simulcasts and symposiums at no additional charge. Note: those individuals with three or more years of entrepreneurial experience will benefit the most from this program.
Entrepreneur Advisors’ Cliff Oxford (the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce 2000 Entrepreneur of the Year) has developed a dynamic program that lays a foundation based on shared values and teaches the entrepreneur how to position his/her organization for fast growth. Oxford will be onsite presenting the two day training at the Downs Center on Oct. 13 and Oct. 14.
Currently presiding over the fast-growing entrepreneurial education company, Entrepreneur Advisors, Inc., after having launched a three-time, Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Company, Oxford brings talent and experience to entrepreneurial industry. His most recent appearance at Clayton State was in January 2011, when he was the speaker at the first installment of the School of Business’ Dean’s Distinguished Lecture Series