On Friday, March 27th, Sierra Commons will host a free mixer and party to introduce their latest Business Ignitor graduates to the community. The Sierra Commons Business Ignitor program is Nevada County’s premier business incubation program. The program is a six-week course that helps start-ups and businesses learn about running and managing a business successfully. The event is open to the public and will be held at Sierra Commons, 792 A Searls Ave, Nevada City, CA 95959. It starts at 5:30pm and runs until 7:30pm. The graduation mixer and party is a way to introduce new businesses to the greater business community of Nevada County.
“The Ignitor Graduation is always a fun event and it’s a great way for people to connect,” says Hilary Hodge, Executive Director of Sierra Commons. “Many of our start-ups are looking for established businesses with resources to help get their new businesses off the ground. This event is a way for our students to introduce themselves and find those resources.”
This is the 8th Ignitor class to graduate from the Sierra Commons program. The program has a history of producing successful businesses. Past graduates include Nick Santos of Environmental Consumer and Shana Maziarz of Three Forks Bakery and Brewery. This current graduating class is very diverse and includes an enthusiastic group of entrepreneurs, writers, artists, managers, and business people.
“The Ignitor Course has helped me get a firm hold on the vision for my business and it has given me the tools that will make that vision a reality,” says Shelly Covert of Nevada City Rancheria. “The staff and mentors at Sierra Commons have an amazing wealth of knowledge and are very approachable. The experience has been priceless. I’d highly recommend this course to anyone who needs assistance entering the marketplace.” Shelly and her fellow graduates are looking forward to celebrating what they have learned and what they have accomplished. Feel free to join them on Friday at Sierra Commons.
The next Business Ignitor will be starting in June. For more information email email@example.com or call 530-265-8443.
Sierra Commons, along with their sponsors, will be putting on the community’s most exciting Oscar® pre-party. The party starts at 3pm on February 22nd and will include red carpet interviews hosted by KNCO, limousine rides from the parking lot to the front door, a paparazzi entourage, along with appetizers and a silent auction benefiting Sierra Commons. The party and fundraiser will run from 3pm-5:30pm and a live broadcast of the Academy Awards® will follow at the same location.
Tickets for the Pre-Party and Limo rides can be purchased by going into Sierra Commons at 792 Searls Ave in Nevada City or on the web at: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/oscar-night-pre-party-tickets-15632112068
For for information call Sierra Commons at: 530-265-8443 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by Coryon Redd/Internet Marketing Guru and Erin Thiem, InnSide Nevada City Blogger
Coryon and Erin are back for another action packed class on business blogging, if you missed the first class in January, here’s your opportunity to get an in depth tutorial on business blogging from two of the local pros. The 2 hour class will cover business branding, marketing 101, basic WordPress overview and lots of examples on how to create and market a successful blog for your business.
Business Blogging 101: Tuesday, May 13th, 6:30-8:30pm
Business Blogging 201: Tuesday, June 3rd, 6:30-8:30pm
Take one class or both. $25 per class.
A blog is a comprehensive medium that provides detailed information about your business, services and products and Business Blogging is fast becoming a vital part of any online strategy. When utilized effectively, a blog can be a valuable asset for your company. Erin & Coryon will give you some tips and ideas for launching your own blogging site so you can increase your community presence and customer base.
A few weeks ago, Grant Morales met with Vanessa Richardson to evaluate the electrical needs for the Sierra Commons meeting space. Grant gave the organization a discount, provided a great plan, and got right to work.
He has now brought the electrical aspect of the conference room up to code. He replaced the fluorescent lights with can lights and added a dimmer switch.
Gone are the multiple wires, power strips, and extension cords.
He even moved the thermostat!
It’s great to have a safe room to meet in. Thanks Grounded Electric and Grant Morales.
We can’t wait to see the next improvement!
Howdy Sierra Commoners,
Glad you are coming to our party this Thursday, Sept.19. From 5:30 -8:30pm.
First off, I want to give a big shout out to our sponsors
Now let’s get down to business. Here is what you need to know:
5:31: Get a drink and think
5:32: Eat Miner Moe’s Pizza
5:32 – 6:32: Pick a salon topic- technology, social entrepreneurship, start ups
6:33: Get a drink and think. Eat some more pizza
6:32 – 7:12: Presentations- Robert Trent, Benji Brown Studio B Flat, Jim Harte from Ol’ Republic Brewery
7:12-8:30: Free Play
Other important things to know and do:
Even More information:
September 19th, 5:30-8:30pm
@ Sierra Commons
Who: Nevada County entrepreneurs seeking ways to reinvigorate their businesses, gather new ideas, find out about the newest tools and trends, and help fellow business owners.
What: Come join successful entrepreneurs, business ignitor graduates, Sierra Commons co-workers, and business ignitor instructors for a fun and inspirational event.
More than a networking event, the Re-Ignitor will provide forums to discuss bleeding edge technologies, social entrepreneurship, trends for rural business owners, and the upcoming Business Ignitor 6.0 class starting October 2nd, 2013.
Why: Celebrate your successes. Learn how to be more successful. This event hopes to accommodate both of these objectives.
Sierra Commons has graduated over 60 Ignitor students- many have launched successful local businesses. Our past and present co-working members are constantly seeking the best way to grow their businesses and maintain a quality lifestyle. There are also hundreds of Sierra Commons community members who have come through our doors to seek advice, get connected, take classes, and get inspired.
This event is a call out to all Sierra Commoners and the Sierra Commons curious.
Come. Drink. Think.