Grow My Business Program (GMB)

Apply now! Grow My Business (GMB) begins February 2

Grow My Business (GMB) is EWI's program designed to increase your personal understanding and effectiveness in the business arena, and promote and accelerate sales of your products and services.

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I always thought that starting a business was something for a professional, but I learned we already had what we needed, we knew how to put it out there, to speak it into existence.

Velma Crawford Founder, Veez Ties that Bind

I got a phone call, “Where are you? I want to do an interview.” I said, "but I'm in LA." EWI had given my number to a reporter. Immediately after a five hour flight, the woman interviewed me for about two hours. I was really tired. The reporter was from NPR, so the interview went on the radio. The next day I received like hundreds of orders for my product, Africa Memory Game, and I was sold out. That is the EWI effect.

Paulette Mpouma Founder, Africa Memory Game

Grow My Business (GMB). Take your business to the next level.

Class Schedule February 2, 2016 to June 14, 2016, Every other Tuesdays, 6:30 p. m. to 9:00 p. m.
Location EWI Rockville Office at the Nonprofit Village, 12320 Parklawn Dr., Rockville, MD 20852 Late applications considered if space is available.
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