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Developing a Youth Business Expo

For the Creating Entrepreneurial Communities Conference 2012 (45 Min)
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Kathy Jamieson

on 24 September 2013

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Transcript of Developing a Youth Business Expo

Presented by: Kathy Jamieson and Cheryl Peters
Developing a Youth Business Expo/Showcase
Marketing
Flyers
Web Site
Banners
Press Releases
Social Media
YouTube and videos
Who?
Marketing
Marketing
Michigan 4-H Exploration Days – June 2008
HOW
Finance
Facilities
Awards & Competition
Why?
Finances
How Much?
Marketing
Four in ten young people have started or would like to start their own business one day (2010 Youth Entrepreneurship Survey, Kauffman Foundation)
Banners
Logos: a must!
Remember to include registration info
Micro-enterprise make up more than 61% of all U.S. businesses; small business account for 89% of all firms(Census Bureau, 2009)
Make sure to answer the questions:
Websites:
http://www.genei.org/
http://4h.msue.msu.edu/4h/4_h_exploration_days
Publicity VS. Advertising
Revenues
Sponsorships
Registration
Admission
Paid Advertisement
Donations
Grants
Expenses
Facilities
Awards and prizes
Judges
Promotion materials
Advertising
Supplies
Speakers and guests
Who
What
Where
When
Why
How much?
Keep your Goals in Mind
Expo/Showcase
in action
Cheryl Peters: cherylp@genei.org
Kathy Jamieson jamies13@anr.msu.edu
Questions? Contact
Link: http//youtu.be/ZhQ9Ph7o2vw
http://prezi.com/tirsai3ws8r8/developing-a-youth-business-expo/
Link: youtu.be/sV-GDPhO3fo
Middle and high school age students who participate in mentoring relationships with practicing entrepreneurs and community members are more likely to either remain in or return to that community after graduation. ( Schroeder, Heinert, Bauer, Markley & Dabson, 2006)
Interest
Reduce brain drain
Develop the next generation of entrepreneurs
Marketing Methods
MSU Extension 4-H Business and Entrepreneurship Expo
According to Kauffman Foundation, young entrepreneurship in the U.S. is on the rise, with the 20-34 age group comprising 29 percent of the total new entrepreneurship activity in 2011
Target Audience
Schools: elementary, middle, high school, districts, chartered schools, home school partnerships, career centers, technical centers
Any youth focused community organization: 4-H Clubs, Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts, Boys and Girls Clubs, YMCA's, faith-based organizations, FFA




Colleges, Universities, Technical Schools, any post secondary certification programs
Youth
Shine
EDucation
Make
Mistakes
Create
Explore
Trained volunteers
Business & community
leaders
(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
To grow youth entrepreneurs
You need
Teachers
Experience Success
When they have opportunities to:
Help lead them down the path
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