The Michigan Municipal League recently hosted a series of entrepreneurship trainings across the state featuring Dr. Ernesto Sirolli of the Sirolli Institute. The four trainings took place in Escanaba, Ludington, Bay City and Lansing and all were well attended by local officials, DDA directors, local chamber officials and others involved with small business development.
Dr. Sirolli presented on the importance of listening to those with dreams of owning their own business and understanding what it is they need to be successful. Of importance is knowing that running a business is a team sport and that no entrepreneur can do it all in order to make a business successful. This post was written by Arnold Weinfeld, Director of Strategic Initiatives for the Michigan Municipal League. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more details about the League and what we do go to mml.org. For details about how cities can use entrepreneurship to grow, go here.
For details on a future Sirolli-led training in March being hosted by the League go here.
For information about the Sirolli Institute go here.
Ernest Sirolli talks to Michigan municipal leaders during an entrepreneurship training session in Lansing, Oct. 29, 2010. View more photos on flickr.