by Leah LaCross of Scargo Consulting

This is a part of a series of posts written by entrepreneurs of the Spring 2021 Business Accelerator cohort for EforAll Cape Cod.

Have you ever sat with your friends or family, sharing a glass of wine, and then one of you brings up an idea for a great business? …


by Kristin Kiley of byKristinK

This is a part of a series of posts written by entrepreneurs of the Spring 2021 Business Accelerator cohort for EforAll Cape Cod.

What are your goals for the week? What about for your business and family life? You can actually set goals by using the SMART method.

I am currently in EforAll and I am trying to launch a business while others have been in business for years but are needing to pivot because of Covid. The best way to do this is first to set a specific goal and try to have a…


by Cap’n Rich of Beth Ann Charters

This is a part of a series of posts written by entrepreneurs of the Spring 2021 Business Accelerator cohort for EforAll Cape Cod.

I solemnly swear to never, ever again make fun of the number of e-mails Amanda sends out every week, as the one I received this morning saved my bacon — I totally forgot about this blog.

Some forty years ago I had put together a survey in one of my political science undergrad courses, no clue now as to what it was about, but I suspected the intent then and…


By Stephanie Viva of Lemonadio

This is a part of a series of posts written by entrepreneurs of the Spring 2021 Business Accelerator cohort for EforAll Cape Cod.

The excitement was high for myself and the other business participants as we kicked off EforAll’s Spring 2021 Accelerator - the virtual edition. This cohort of entrepreneurs covers a wide swath of Cape Cod businesses, from restaurants pivoting from pandemic problems to artists and creators pushing traditional business models’ boundaries.

Amanda Kaiser, our program manager, discussed details about the program, the calendar, and expectations. We talked amongst the cohort about our mentor…


This is a part of a series of posts written by entrepreneurs of the Fall 2020 Business Accelerator cohort for EforAll Cape Cod.

by Vanessa Bishop of My Forever Village

Today’s session on Social Impact was so much more than just a class. It was a cohort bonding experience, healing therapy space, as well as strategy session. The session started with a meditation, which unbeknownst to us, put everyone in the right mood to leave the logistical thinking of planning a business behind and get more in touch with our deeper thoughts, values, and beliefs.

During the session, each entrepreneur…


This is a part of a series of posts written by entrepreneurs of the Fall 2020 Business Accelerator cohort for EforAll Cape Cod.

by Chris Schultz of New Latitude Event Solutions

Sales…every entrepreneur either loves it or hates it. If you love it, you REALLY love it…A good sales RUN IS like Christmas, New Years and the Fourth of July all in one, and that’s EVERY MONTH! If you don’t like sales? Well…you better learn how fast.

It isn’t that hard. Honest! It isn’t. Sometimes it’s just a matter of figuring out how to best position your message. The reason…


This is a part of a series of posts written by entrepreneurs of the Fall 2020 Business Accelerator cohort for EforAll Cape Cod.

by Keri-Ann Wagner of Path to Healing, Inc.

You have a beautiful presentation prepared. Then, you lose your place. The audience is waiting…your heart picks up the pace and beads of sweat start to form. Even after you have found your place, your nerves make it impossible to collect your thoughts.

The idea is not to read to your audience nor to memorize a script, but to feel confident in knowing who is in your audience and…


This is a part of a series of posts written by entrepreneurs of the Fall 2020 Business Accelerator cohort for EforAll Cape Cod.

by Schuyler TenEyck of Rosie’s Deviled Eggs

The EforAll crew met with Paul Pronovost to discuss a range of topics relating to press and public relations. Paul, who was the Executive Editor of the Cape Cod Times, now works at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire. A strong proponent of the EforAll program, Paul wanted us to know that networking in a place like Cape Cod is crucial.

We started off talking about earned media versus purchased…


This is a part of a series of posts written by entrepreneurs of the Fall 2020 Business Accelerator cohort for EforAll Cape Cod.

by Amar Rambhadjan of Breezy Beats

This week, we covered website and SEO basics with Dale Shadbegian, from Cape & Plymouth Business. Dale is an expert in website and SEO development and strategies and shared many great insights with the cohort.

I started my business online, so naturally, my priority was to optimize the website as much as possible. There is no point in having a website if no one is able to see it or if…


This is a part of a series of posts written by entrepreneurs of the Fall 2020 Business Accelerator cohort for EforAll Cape Cod.

By Rochelle Broughton, Owner of The Assisted Boss

This week we had two Presenters discuss the importance of Bookkeeping and Insurance. Proper bookkeeping and maintaining cash flow are just as important as having the correct insurance. You need to protect your business with accurate financial data, from accidents and lawsuits, etc.

Businesses of all sizes must complete certain bookkeeping tasks to maintain accurate financial records. Bookkeeping is important because it helps you budget and forecast finances to…

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