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Education, Job Training, Economic Development
3592 Corporate Dr Ste 101 Columbus OH 43231 USA
Small and Medium size enterprises, especially those with managing founders, often lack the know-how and the know-who when it comes to strategic business decisions and change management, especially in difficult economic times.The Institute builds peer networks for our country's most promising entrepreneurs, serves as a central resource network supported by hundreds of professionals and corporate executives and provides experience based learning and contacting making eventsto presidents, founders, or CEOs (pfc's)of SMEs, nationwide.
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Since 2010, The Institute has expanded its ability to help CEOs identify their greatest challenges and then secure the needed solution and resource to move the company ahead. Our funders engage with these small and mid-market company presidents and founders in a national effort to support business growth, job creation and good paying jobs. The Institute now has 11 chapters across the country and each is "guided" by local experts who are best able to create programming and learning events suited to their business community's NEEDs. TEI's Presidents FORUM and "Focused Breakfast" events continue to provide strong learning and resource identification to leaders of small and mid-market businesses. MORE jobs that pay well is the result!!
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The Institute is the oldest independent non-profit corporation in the USA serving the needs of job creators. It's model improves the ability for CEOs and leaders of small and mid-sized companies to create jobs. It's educaitonal focus enhances the exchange of solutions and information among businesses and provides and its Presidnts FORUM programs in 15 cities across the USA provide a unique meeting ground for making important contacts.
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