NNBA Nurse Entrepreneur News – 05/01/2018
Freedom, flexibility and financial control are the reasons I most often hear from nurses interested in starting their own business. Entrepreneurship empowers nurses who desire to provide a wide variety of needed services, products and programs. Thousands of nurse entrepreneurs nationwide have already accomplished this by starting their own business and are enjoying independence, professional respect and increased financial rewards. This year’s conference will showcase over 20 sessions! Have you ever thought about working with corporate clients, starting a lucrative consultant’s business, writing a book, adding additional revenue streams to your existing business such as running profitable retreats? Those are only a few of the topics that are going to be covered; make sure to check out the whole program plus info on the hotel by clicking here https://nnbanow.com/nnba-conference-2018/. See why NNBA’s signature conference on entrepreneurship receives so many 5 star ratings!
In addition to those 20 sessions, we have small group coaching sessions and a crowd favorite, the NNBA 2018 Shark Tank Competition. Shark Tank Contestants take center stage in front of a panel of nurse business owner experts and our audience to make their pitch. This event is so informative and fun for everyone. There are prizes, awards and some cash to help anyone’s business; are you interested in entering the tank this year? Enter here https://nnbanow.com/nnba-shark-tank-competition/
Available exhibitor tables and sponsorships are running out so if you are interested in promoting your nurse owned business at the conference, get your application here: https://nnbanow.com/exhibitor-application/. Get the best savings during early bird registration for the Nurse Entrepreneurship & Career Alternatives Educational Conference by registering now!
Interested in working from home? 44% of home based businesses are started for less than $5000. There is a great infographic, and pretty impressive stats in our first article of interest below. Being in business, we all need to address pricing and the suggestions towards the end of the article are really good in 5 Highly Effective Ways to Respond to Pricing Questions. I really miss Dr. Wayne Dyer. I have every one of his books and several of the programs he did for PBS. Thankfully, his work continues and I’ve included an except here in our last article, How to Create Life Balance Between Dreams and Habits.