Startup Success Through Discerning, Adapting, & Planning for Change by John Pitcavage
John Pitcavage moved to Massachusetts in 2012 and treated the State energy efficiency incentives growth opportunity for Endless Energy as a startup. With a limited budget, he did all of his own lead generation, scheduling, sales, and processed all rebate paperwork. He hired his "first" employee in 2013 and now has 68 employees. John will be sharing the journey he's been on during the past seven years, and how he has found that success or failure as an entrepreneur is determined by his ability to discern, adapt, and plan for constant change.
Workshop & Application: Optimizing Profit with a Human-Centered Business
We'll explore how to drive profit by taking human-centered approach. Jared Bulloch will show you how to optimize profit by fulfilling the desire for progress of your employees and customers.
More About the Entrepreneur Association
If you're an experienced entrepreneur or exploring how to become one, you're invited to join our Boston-based entrepreneurial community. You will find an energetic, supportive group of like-minded people who are passionate about entrepreneurship, and who are committed to helping each other succeed. You don't need to be a graduate of BYU to join.