FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS EXPANSION
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The Fundamentals of Business Expansion is a dynamic course that equips entrepreneurs and business leaders with the essential knowledge and skills required to grow and expand their businesses. Whether you’re starting a new venture, scaling up an existing business, or growing a startup, this course provides comprehensive insights into the key aspects of expansion.
Evan Burfield – Co-founder of 1776
Evan Burfield is a cofounder of 1776, driven by his passionate belief in entrepreneurship as the engine for solving the major problems facing America and the world today—from education to energy efficiency. In 1996 he founded netDecide, shortly after graduating from the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. Before he turned 25, he built netDecide into the leading provider of enterprise wealth management solutions for top tier financial service firms. He has served as the Director of Strategy and Technology for Oakwood Global Finance, where he led the London-based private equity firm’s analyses of new global markets, new business models in financial services, and data-driven investment strategies. In 2006 he founded Synteractive, a consulting firm that builds innovative social apps for startups, corporations, and government agencies.Evan holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford.
Saran Kaba Jones
FOUNDER AND CEO OF FACE AFRICA
Saran Kaba Jones is the founder and CEO of FACE Africa, a community development organization working to build and strengthen water, sanitation and hygiene infrastructure and services in remote communities across sub-Saharan Africa. Saran was born in Liberia but left in 1989 at the age of 8, shortly before the country’s civil war began. The daughter of a career diplomat, Saran spent her formative years living in Cote d’Ivoire, Egypt, France and Cyprus before moving to the United States in 1999. Since launching FACE Africa in January 2009, the organization has raised over $500,000 for water, sanitation and hygiene projects in sub-Saharan Africa. Saran is a board member of the U.N. Women Civil Society Advisory Group West/Center Africa and a 2013 World Economic Forum Young Global Leader. She is listed as one of Forbes Magazine’s 20 Youngest Power Women in Africa. Her work with FACE Africa has been profiled in the Boston Globe, Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, ARISE magazine, BBC Focus on Africa, Town & Country, New African Woman magazine, InStyle magazine and CNN.