Program Targets Omaha Entrepreneurs for Accelerated Business Growth

Accelerator is the catalyst that enables first-stage entrepreneurs to catapult their business to the next level. Our mission is to empower them with the tools they need to grow their business to more than US$1 million in sales.

Omaha, NE, November 15, 2012 --( The Entrepreneurs’ Organization Accelerator program announced today its ongoing support for assisting optimistic small businesses looking to stimulate economic growth in 2012. With approximately 40 percent of small businesses feeling more hopeful about the economic outlook in the coming year, the Accelerator program’s growth-driven curriculum aims to help companies face current and new challenges.

For more than eight years, the Accelerator program has taken first-stage business leaders with gross annual incomes ranging between US$250,000 and US$1 million, and turned them into industry leaders. Once this revenue guideline has been surpassed, business owners are invited to join the Entrepreneurs’ Organization.

“We are proud to support entrepreneurs and their passion to further develop their business,” said Kevin Langley, former Chairman of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization. “Over the years, we have seen many participants increase their annual revenues and transform into leaders of their industry.”

The program’s extensive curriculum addresses four key issues that impact prospective businesses, including strategic planning, sales and marketing, human resources and finance.

Some benefits of becoming a participant of the Accelerator program include:

· Monthly Accountability meetings with a group of peers and a business mentor
· Networking opportunities with other entrepreneurs, including the leading business owners in our region.
· Tips and strategies for increasing capital.
· Practical feedback to help you grow sales effectively.

The Omaha Chapter is actively recruiting participants to join the local Accelerator program which is directly affiliated to the 75 members plus EO Nebraska chapter.

To learn more about the Accelerator program, visit
EO Nebraska
Kirk Hanson