When most people clock out from their job the day is done. However, for those individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit, the real work is just beginning.
Evening entrepreneurship is a growing trend among individuals today, according to Brad Rickelman, Assistant Director of the Meridian Technology Center for Business Development.
“The concept of that second career, often called a sideline business, is of growing interest to today’s professionals, and for good reason,” he explained. “Sideline businesses can help you make extra money, develop a stronger personal network and work toward your long-term career goals.”
Rickelman, along with Alane Zannotti, Director of Community Development and Extension Education and Meridian and owner of Zannotti’s Wine Bar, and Daniel Devers, Information Technology instructor at Meridian and Owner/PC Network Specialist at Geekabytes, will be part of a panel discussion on June 21 at the Stillwater Entrepreneur Network breakfast on how to successfully manage a day job and evening entrepreneurship.
The Stillwater Entrepreneur Network meets monthly at Meridian. Each meeting includes a guest speaker and provides business owners and entrepreneurs an informal opportunity to network and share ideas and experiences.
All networking sessions are free and include a continental breakfast. To attend the June 21 Stillwater Entrepreneur Network meeting please contact Diane Maddox at (405) 377-2220 or firstname.lastname@example.org. An RSVP is strongly encouraged.