Business Coaching with Earl Boyd in Wilmington
November 15 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree
Earl Boyd is a business coach and entrepreneur with nearly 40 years of business consulting and ownership experience. He is the creator of the 5 Step Business Start, a digital online system that helps people start a business the right way. Earl is also Director of Entrepreneur Services at Entrepreneur Works and Entrepreneur in Residence at Philadelphia Fashion Incubator at Macy’s.
Earl will be providing free business coaching consultations for NextFab members in our Wilmington coworking space on Friday, November 15th from 1pm to 5pm. Appointments are 30 minutes and first-come, first-serve.
Earl’s other endeavors include:
- Board member for Scotch Porter (Quallis Brands)
- Vice President Board of Directors for Ralston-Mercy-Douglass
- Former member of the Board of Governors for Saint Joseph’s University Haub School of
- Founding President of West Philadelphia Financial Institution – Led organization to co-develop
and co-own $50 million shopping center (Park West Town Center) anchored by Lowe’s Home
Improvement Center and Shop Rite Supermarket. Lowe’s store was the first to be built in an
inner city/urban neighborhood in the U.S.
“An entrepreneur once characterized me as the ‘wise uncle’ that knows a lot about everything. She said,
‘Talking with him (Earl Boyd) is like talking with a family member or trusted friend about what to do with
my business idea, how do I make money and how do I make an impact. He’s the person you go to when
you don’t know what to do (in business) and then he makes you believe that whatever it is you want to
do, it’s possible.’
After thinking about her comment and reflecting on my career endeavors, I graciously and humbly
embraced the description, not because I know everything about business. I am far from that. However,
after 35 years of either being in business, advising businesses or counseling entrepreneurs who are
starting businesses, I have done a lot and seen a lot which gives me confidence in my knowledge about
what to do and what not to do in business.
Starting a business or being a business owner is a challenging task. My approach to coaching
entrepreneurs is to provide you with substantive advice; that you can understand; delivered in a
straightforward, personable style that allows you to walk away feeling confident and capable of doing
what you want to do in business.”