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Strategies for Pivoting when your Business is Struggling

January 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PST

When growing and expanding a business, it is natural to be passionate and optimistic about your ideas. However, sometimes things don’t go as planned, and your business idea may not work out. When this happens, it can be difficult to know what to do next.

Know that pivoting your business is not a failure. It is an opportunity to learn, grow, and find new ways to succeed. Being open-minded and be willing to try new things. With persistence and creativity, you can find a new direction for your business and thrive.

Join entrepreneur Whitney Virden from Roots+Blooms to learn how she pivoted when expanding her floral design business to a second location. Whitney will tell her personal story and share her strategy when the businesses was not blooming as she anticipated.

Once again, to register, please visit: ntv.bz/pivot

For more information about the IDRS Acorn Project or to get help for your business at no cost, please contact us at:

Our Team Help email: help@idrsinc.org
Phone: 916-482-5800
Website: www.nativebiz.org
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About IDRS Acorn Project:

The IDRS Acorn Project is a program of Indian Dispute Resolution Services, Inc. (IDRS, Inc.) a 501(c)(3) Native-governed, non-profit based in California. The IDRS Acorn Project provides free, online and offline small business training to Native entrepreneurs throughout the United States. IDRS also offers free counseling services to Native entrepreneurs to help them start and grow small businesses.

IDRS, Inc. also provides dispute resolution services including mediation and facilitation, dispute resolution training, and tribal election administration to Native American tribes. For more information about IDRS, please visit www.idrsinc.org.