The Veterans in Business Network is excited to support the This is a unique program that is only offered to select businesses across the U.S. and this year, the VIB Network is thrilled to offer this program to our veteran business owners! There are 4 remaining cohorts for 2019; Baltimore, Los Angeles, Portland, and Honolulu.
Executive Training Day Dates:
Baltimore on Thursday, July 25th
Los Angeles on Tuesday, August 20th
Portland on Thursday, August 29th
Honolulu on Thursday, October 3rd
ICCC is a tuition-free, mini-MBA curriculum designed to help businesses grow and ultimately, access capital. It commences with a 1-day intense, executive training-day (see dates above) hosted by business school professors from Harvard, Dartmouth, and Northwestern universities. These professors will cover topics such as business strategy, sales & marketing, talent management, and small business finance. Each participating business owner will also be matched with a business advisor from and will be primed and prepped to pitch for capital.
The Veterans in Business Network is thrilled to be a key nominating partner for ICCC, and if you are a business owner, we encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity and apply now (see qualifications below).
Qualified business applicants should meet all of the following*:
Be an independent, for-profit or non-profit corporation, partnership or proprietorship
Be past the survival stage. We typically work with businesses with annual revenues of at least $500,000 however we are very flexible on this qualification if the business owner is eager to grow
In operation for 2+ years, and past the proof-of-concept stage. ICCC does not work with start-ups
*On a case-by-case basis, ICCC will consider businesses that do not meet all of the specified criteria on the recommendation of a nominator.
To learn more about ICCC check out their as well as a video from an ICCC alum, . Since 2005, ICCC has helped over 2,200 small businesses across the U.S. achieve 160% growth in revenue, access over $1.9 billion in capital and create over 19,900 jobs.