Do you want to use your expertise to help underserved entrepreneurs build and sustain their thriving businesses?
Our Market Access Program pairs entrepreneurs with pro bono marketing and advertising experts like you for project-based mentoring opportunities that address key Marketing challenges.
We are seeking both permanent and short-term Sales Strategy volunteers to help our entrepreneurs think through a plan for maximizing business sales and outlining measurable goals.
Project-based Engagement Connect one-on-one with an entrepreneur to help them with their sales optimization. Our one-on-one engagements are project-based and limited in scope (meaning that after the project is completed, volunteers can choose another client or project to work on), though some volunteers develop an ongoing relationship with the client. Time Commitment: These interactions are flexible and done according to your schedule. Ideal candidates will always have a project that they would like to take on.
Next Steps: If you are interested in this opportunity and would like more information, please submit a volunteer interest form at bit.ly/startsmallthinkbig. We will be in touch with you to schedule an orientation call.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email email@example.com.
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Our mission is to help low- to moderate-income individuals build and sustain thriving businesses in order to increase their personal financial security and stimulate economic activity in underserved communities in New York City. We believe that entrepreneurship results in increased innovation and sustained economic growth for everyone, in particular, those most traditionally marginalized. By investing in New York City’s most underserved entrepreneurs, we nurture their talent and develop the next wave of leaders and innovators who will not only create jobs and value for our society, but also empower others to create a better future.
Start Small Think Big is a non-profit organization that helps low-to moderate-income entrepreneurs build and sustain thriving businesses in order to increase their personal financial security and stimulate economic activity in underserved communities in New York City.