How to Start Your Own Side Business While Working Full-Time

Posted in: Alumni Career Services- Jul 12, 2015 Comments Off on How to Start Your Own Side Business While Working Full-Time

Online Webinar
Thursday, July 23, 2015, 12:30 – 1:30pm

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Are you utilizing your unique skills, talents, abilities, ideas, and interests in your day job? If not, why not consider starting a side business? You know, that idea you have been mulling around and people close to you have long said, “You could make that into a business?”

In this webinar, Career and Small Business Coach Jason Levin (MBA'06), will show you how to take a thoughtful and tactical look at getting your idea off the ground. Jason will outline effective approaches to starting a side business and explain:

• How to recognize an opportunity for a side business
• What you actually need in your plan of attack
• How to carve time in the busiest of schedules to move your idea along
• How to engage others to support your efforts

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that freelancers and self-employed individuals may comprise 20% of the workforce by 2020. With the growing number of "Hoyapreneurs" around the world, we hope you will join this session to determine if your business idea can become a reality.

About the Presenter:
Jason Levin founded Ready, Set, Launch, LLC® after a career in brand management at Unilever, consulting at Accenture and employer branding sakes at He helps his small business clients grow their businesses, focus resources and overcome challenges. Jason also enjoys speaking on and moderating panels and presenting career development seminars and webinars at staff retreats, conferences and training sessions.

Jason will also be giving away two free phone or Skype coaching sessions. To be eligible, answer the following questions by July 15, 2015, 5pm EST:

• What is the biggest challenge you face to getting your side business off the ground?
• What is the one thing you hope to learn from this webinar?

Feel free to email answers to Jason,

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