Pinstripe president, Ginger Reichl, completed the Jim Moran Institute for Entrepreneurship’s Small Business Executive Program on December 5.
Provided by the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship at Florida State University, the program was created to be a world-class learning experience that accommodates the busy schedule of small business owners. The Small Business Executive Program (SBEP) participants emerge stronger leaders ready to capitalize on business opportunities, implement best practice management, and turn challenges into a strategic advantage.
“Pinstripe has been a full-time effort for nearly 14 years, and while I am fortunate to have other entrepreneur friends, it has been helpful to work through real-world issues in the safe space of JMI with other mature businesses. The Business Model Canvas and other tools are going to help us set the course for the next several years of the agency,” said Reichl.
“Through the visionary leadership and generous gift of Jim Moran, we are able to assemble an outstanding group of speakers and to facilitate valuable discussions with other local entrepreneurs,” said Shane Smith, PhD, Director of Central Florida Operations for The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship. “We know that the heritage and tradition of the Institute and The Florida State University inspires our participants to work more ‘on’ their businesses instead of ‘in’ them.”
Applications for the Tampa Bay Spring cohort are now open.