The 2013 EU spring classes offer a variety of business, management and personal finance topics. Four new courses have been added to the curriculum that range from promoting a business through content marketing and understanding recent tax changes that impact small businesses to bridging the generation gap and implementing a safe workplace environment.
There are four educational tracks from which participants can select that include:
Series 200: Marketing and Sales Management
Series 300: Financial Management
Series 400: Leadership Effectiveness
Series 500: Improving Your Personal Fiscal Fitness
Courses run from March through May, and are available at no cost to attendees. Participants do not need to be clients of the bank. Registration is required to attend, and classes fill up on a first come, first serve basis with limited seating.
For a copy of the 2013 spring semester course catalog or to register, please click on the following link, www.enterprisebank.com/
For questions, please call Kay Erb, Director of Enterprise University, at 314.512.7203.
Enterprise University is one of the unique ways Enterprise Bank & Trust serves private business owners, their families and other success-minded individuals. Each spring and fall Enterprise University presents a series of workshops that deliver real value to business owners and their teams, community leaders and not-for-profit executives.
Enterprise Financial operates commercial banking and wealth management businesses in metropolitan St. Louis, Kansas City and Phoenix. Enterprise is primarily focused on serving the needs of privately held businesses, their owner families, executives and professionals.