I got an e-mail today from a colleague about a three-hour Business Boot Camp for new entrepreneurs coming up May 12 and being held on the main campus at Webster University in the Sunnen Room. I gave it a quick glance, but didn’t dig too deeply veteransday-fbginto it when it first my my InBox. Giving it a closer read, it has some really good stuff in it.

Check it out; it never hurts to know the things he’s got covered in these sessions.
Price is right: It’s FREE.

Here’s a > LINK < to the Business Boot Camp info and other free seminars offer by this .

I don’t know Dr. Stan Fine, but here’s a > LINK < to his Web site. He seems to have some decent testimonials.  His bio says, “Dr. Fine has held high-level marketing positions with numerous Fortune 100 companies. As a national business speaker, Dr. Fine has presented to thousands of people around the United States. He has taught management seminars for Inc. Magazine, appeared on radio and television talk shows, and presented at a United Nations conference.

Dr. Fine is a past member of the National Speakers Association. He is a frequent guest on numerous syndicated radio talk shows throughout the U.S. and Canada. His sales and marketing expertise has been featured in multiple publications including the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Missouri Meetings and Events Magazine, St. Louis Small Business Monthly.

Dr. Fine has a Ph.D. in Business. He has served as an Adjunct Professor at St. Louis Community College and is currently producing a new TV Show on Channel 10 STLTV “Dr. Stan: The Business Doctor – Business Boot Camp Tip of the Week.” 


Editorial Note: If you don’t want to go to the Business Boot Camp, but you have graphic design Web skills, you might e-mail Dr. Fine and pitch a redesign of his Web site. He may be a business expert, but his Web page (especially the layout of the text) could use some help to add credibility to his brand.

There’s your first entrepreneurial opportunity.



US soldier image courtesy Dr. Stan Fine
Ralphie Parker and his Red Ryder BB Gun image courtesy Christmas Tree Films