Another year of the Gallup Entrepreneur Acceleration System (EAS) program is coming to a close. A number of University of Nebraska Extension faculty have served as guides. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the program and a number of Nebraska’s amazing entrepreneurial businesses!
Please let me know if you have any questions about this program.
-Dr. Connie Reimers-Hild
UNL Kimmel Education & Research Center
Nebraska City, NE 68048
GALLUP TO HOST ENTREPRENEUR ACCELERATION SYSTEM IMPACT SUMMIT
Omaha, NE – On December 6, 2012, Gallup will host the Entrepreneur Acceleration System (EAS) Impact Summit at the Embassy Suites Conference Center in La Vista. Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman and Gallup Chairman and CEO Jim Clifton will honor program participants from across the state of Nebraska. These entrepreneurs will share their impact stories and update the community about their business growth plans. Additionally, members of the 2012 EAS cohort will receive their Gallup Behavioral Economic Management and Leadership certification at this event.
In partnership with the Nebraska Department of Economic Development, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, and the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce, Gallup welcomed nearly 150 Nebraska business owners and entrepreneurs to participate in an intensive year-long program to help entrepreneurs grow their small- and medium-sized businesses. The program provides participants with leadership, management, and personal development tools, courses, and coaching that leads to more engaged customers and significant business growth. Growth in revenue leads to sustainable job creation, which is at the heart of Gallup’s EAS program.
Each presenter at the EAS Impact Summit has applied Gallup’s behavioral economic sciences in a unique way — and has incredible best practice examples to celebrate. Business and community leaders are invited to hear first-hand these success stories from businesses across Nebraska, and to learn more about this unique job creation initiative.
There is no cost to attend this celebration of Nebraska business growth. For more information, or to RSVP, please visit http://jobcreation.gallup.com and click on the Gallup EAS 2012 Impact Summit link in the Events section.
For more information contact Scott Wright (402-938-6743) – email@example.com