FastTrac

The Shortest Distance Between You and the Answers You Want

While our mission is to advance entrepreneurship, we realize entrepreneurship is not for everybody. It does, however, offer a means to self-sufficiency for those who recognize opportunities, work hard, and believe in themselves.

There’s no shortage of enthusiasm for starting or growing a business. And seemingly no limit to the availability of “how to,” “what to do,” and even “when to do it” guides for entrepreneurs.

So how do you find your way through the clutter to find the information you really want? Get the answers you are looking for with FastTrac NewVenture. Designed specifically for entrepreneurs in the early stages of business development, FastTrac NewVenture not only helps you uncover the answers, it also helps you determine the questions to ask.

During the FastTrac® NewVenture™ program, participants determine if starting a business is right for them, examine critical aspects of their business idea, and leave with next steps identified and a start-up business plan. They also make valuable contacts to help them develop their business in the future, including peers, mentors, and resources for running a successful business.

The FastTrac® NewVenture™ program includes ten modules:

  • Exploring Entrepreneurship
  • Identifying and Meeting Market Needs
  • Setting Financial Goals
  • Planning the Product/Service
  • Researching and Analyzing the Market
  • Reaching the Market
  • Building the Organization and Team
  • Planning for a Profitable Business
  • Monitoring Cash Flow and Seeking Funds
  • Implementing Next Steps

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Danielle Douglas knows how to present to Small Business owners and entrepreneurs. At the last workshop, my organization hosted, attendees said “the presentation was useful…informative…” Another found it wonderful and encouraging.” Danielle can tailor her presentation to the group. Whether it be a start up entrepreneur or an existing business. Strategic planning need not be restricted to the corporate world. All small businesses can use the tools and processes of a strategic plan. - Angel Roman, Small Business Development Center, Boricua College