Since 1997 This Community in South Dakota Has Been Practicing Modern "Barn Raising" Using Enterprise Facilitation - 20 Years of Local Sustainability

The South East Facilitation project in rural South Dakota celebrates 20 years of helping local entrepreneurs with Sirolli Enterprise Facilitation social technology.

Sacramento, CA, April 19, 2017 --( How rural people can help themselves with modern barn raising for business.

In 1997, a group of civic volunteers got together to be trained in Enterprise Facilitation of local businesses. In 20 years practice, the original Enterprise Facilitator Nancy Larsen and now Brenda Schultz SEFP surrounded by the Board have worked tirelessly to make sure not one ounce of local intelligence goes to waste.

Dr Ernesto Sirolli - Founder of the Sirolli Institute - International Enterprise Facilitation Inc.
Adjunct Professor Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute
TED Talk "Shut up and Listen"
Twitter: @sirollinstitute

Dr Sirolli joins the Project Management Board of South East Facilitation Project tomorrow at Katie's Malt Shoppe & Restaurant in Marion SD at 6pm to celebrate 20 years of successful practice supporting local entrepreneurs grow in a sustainable community. SEFP are a fine example of the resilience of American remote country communities who found a way for sustainable growth. Sirolli calls it "modern barn raising."

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