Virtual Mastermind Group for Small Business
An affordable and virtual small business mastermind group held online
Join the Small Business Virtual Roundtables and unlock a world of endless possibilities where collaboration becomes the cornerstone of your success story.
Welcome to the innovation, growth, and collaboration hub – Small Business Virtual Roundtables. Our virtual platform is a vibrant community of driven individuals who share a common goal: to elevate their personal and professional lives to unprecedented heights. If you're ready to embark on a transformative journey that marries collective wisdom with individual ambition, you've found your group.
At Small Business Virtual Roundtables, we believe in the power of synergy. We understand that when like-minded minds come together in pursuit of excellence, remarkable outcomes are not just possible – they become inevitable. Whether you're an aspiring entrepreneur, a seasoned executive, a creative artist, or anyone with a burning desire to achieve more, our carefully curated mastermind groups offer a unique space to exchange ideas, refine strategies, and push boundaries beyond your imagination.
Are you thinking about joining a mastermind group to help grow your business?
Here are some reasons to think about joining a mastermind group.
As a small business owner, are you tired of going it alone?
Entrepreneurs face many challenges. You are not alone.
What if you could talk, in-depth and confidentially, to other small business owners, like you monthly?
Folks with the same challenges or who have solved the same problems.
The Small Business Virtual Roundtables is the answer for you.
The typical small business owner doesn't have a mentor or business consultant.
Most don't have someone they can turn to, with sufficient experience, mentoring skills or even “interest” to serve as a “sounding board” for the many issues that entrepreneurs face in the operation of their business.
What most small business owners want is 'somebody to talk to.'
Someone who has walked in their shoes and is not going to try to sell them something or "sugarcoat" their feedback for fear of loss (of a friendship or a "client"- e.g., their CPA, attorney, insurance agent, banker, etc.). Further, they would embrace the ability to talk to peers (e.g., similar-size businesses, businesses in the same industry, or those in other geographic areas) to get feedback from others who have "skin in the game" (i.e., owners or family members working in the business).