Free Business Course to Help Launch or Grow Your Ecommerce Business -- Apply Now
FounderU by Clearco is the first program of its kind designed to help high-growth entrepreneurs in the FounderMade ecosystem.
Looking to launch or grow your D2C ecommerce business? FounderMade, the live- and virtual-business events powerhouse, has partnered with Clearco to launch FounderU — the first-ever D2C business training program designed specifically for high-growth entrepreneurs in the FounderMade ecosystem.
The three-month program will offer insights and expert advice from executives at Hint Water, ClassPass, Supergoop!, Gorgias and Common Thread Collective. The curriculum will cover everything a founder needs to know to grow their business, from building a team to email marketing and everything in between.
Michele Romanow, co-founder and President of Clearco adds, "The training these founders will receive through this partnership will allow them to tackle tough challenges, learn innovative approaches to scaling and become part of a network of diverse entrepreneurs."
Want to start a D2C ecommerce business or take your existing one to the next level? Enrollment for the FounderU business school program is open from now until February 18th, 2022. Apply at www.foundermade.co/clearco-founderu.
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