The Emerging Enterprise Center (EEC), New Castle County Chamber of Commerce’s entrepreneur incubator, continues to offer free resources for entrepreneurs that are easily accessed online.
For one, there’s the periodic web series episodes — which do usually have a $10 fee for non-members of the Chamber — including the upcoming “Basics of Profit-First Cash Flow Management” on March 24.
But EEC’s website also offers a selection of downloadable resources and streaming elearning videos that you may not be aware of.
The most recent downloadable, “Finding Investors in the ‘New’ Normal,” offers quick tips on finding investors virtually and pitching online. Other resources on the site include the “Delaware Innovation & Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Map,” “Digital Business Management Solutions” and “Crowdfunding with Confidence.”
COVID-19 resources in EEC’s elearning center include “Running a Business in Today’s Digital World,” “Time for a Better Digital Vaccine” and “Why Zoom?”
If you need some inspiration, there are also EEC Startup Stories, featuring local founders including Pedro Moore of Funding Fuel, Zach Phillips of Short Order Production House, and Jeremy Hebbel and Gayle Dillman, cofounders of Gable Music Ventures.
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