It Takes A Village

By: Beth Colosimo Picture yourself as an entrepreneur sitting on the ground in a small village in Gulam, India, population 3,500, surrounded by brilliantly-clad women in their finest saris, who speak no English, struggle for reliable water, work in farming, raise families, make a family income of $2/day, yet have aspirations for improving their [...]

By |2019-08-15T10:16:50-06:00August 15th, 2019|Beth Colosimo, Business Blog, Global, International, Training|1 Comment

The Everday Entrepreneur’s Journey

Last month, we graduated our 4thcohort of Everyday Entrepreneurs. This random group of 11 found themselves together for 14 weeks on their collective journey to starting businesses. What a difference 3 months makes! Day one, most weren’t sure what they’d gotten themselves into, but persevered and returned a second week. Many were ready to quit a few weeks [...]

By |2019-05-16T11:48:23-06:00May 16th, 2019|Beth Colosimo, EEPP, Graduation, Recognition, Training|0 Comments

Romanian Trade Delegation and GS10KSB Alumni Panel

On Monday April 15, SLCC Alumni in conjunction with Mircea Divricean, President and CEO of the Kostopulos Dream Foundation, and cohort 4 alumni, hosted a panel discussion with the trade delegation from Romania. Moderated by SLCC Executive Director Beth Colosimo, local GS10KSB alumni introduced the delegates to Utah and the numerous business and trade opportunities. The [...]

Goldman Sachs Leadership and GS10KSB Alumni Talk Small Business in Utah

I recently hosted a roundtable with 15 of our incredible Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Alumni.  Held at the downtown Goldman Sachs office. We were joined by the newly appointed President of Goldman Sachs Foundation, Asahi Pompey, GS Managing Partner, and Salt Lake’s General Manager, David Lang, SLC Mayor, Jackie Biskupski and SLCC President, Dr. [...]

Beth’s Business Blog: What’s Your Risk Threshold?

Always one for a good cliché, ‘Go Big or Go Home’ has always been a favorite. I consider myself medium to high on the risk meter when it comes to how I approach business and my life. I get a thrill and endorphin rush when I try new things or even think about trying new things. It [...]

By |2019-04-19T11:40:00-06:00March 15th, 2019|Beth Colosimo, Business Blog|0 Comments

Beth’s Business Blog-Moving the Needle

Move the needle might be a tired cliché or metaphor, but for entrepreneurs it’s an important gauge for whether you’re making progress. As entrepreneurs we get stuck in thinking that ‘launching’ requires a big idea that changes the course of history. We, therefore, delay launching new products or companies because we’re waiting for ‘perfection’ or the [...]

By |2019-02-14T08:44:36-06:00February 14th, 2019|Beth Colosimo|0 Comments