Small business owners are challenged to know every aspect of their business. What they do not know they find—sometimes by hiring talent more knowledgeable than themselves or by tapping outside experts who bring a wealth of experience and learning that the business might not otherwise afford to employ. What small business owner would not want access to, say, a graduate school business professor, to consult on-demand?
Southern California Minority Business Development Council and Pepperdine University's Graziadio (GRAT-ZEE-ah-DEE-oh) School of Business and Management have partnered to answer that question. Our web series place within reach learned MBA faculty from one of Southern California's top graduate business schools. Our short clips breakdown longer topics into digestible, shareable gems for the 24/7 minority small business seeking insight, tips and resources in plain English on everything from strategy to marketing to financial principles.
Pepperdine featured professors bring more than scholarship and the Graziadio School's more than 40 years teaching MBAs and entrepreneurs. They also offer the benefit of real experience in the business world. You will hear from faculty members who themselves founded or ran companies or served in key positions of responsibility in industry.
SCMBDC connects the minority business with right people for the right information. Our web series furthers our desire to place you in control of growing and actualizing your potential. We have built an active environment where you are invited to leave comments, ask question and get the answers you need.
Learn more about how SCMBDC helps support and develop minority business enterprises at www.scmbdc.org.
Learn how a Pepperdine MBA or advanced business degree develops leaders at bschool.pepperdine.edu.