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  • A professional business coach that will work one-on-one with each Fellow and with the peer advisory boards.
  • $10,000 Entrepreneur Fellowship Awards. 8 Statewide Fellows chosen annually. Technical support to site, including Site Coach, tools on basecamp, training opportunities, and bi-annual to update strategic plan to stay productive and accountable.

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  • 1. To cultivate and support prosperous entrepreneurs.
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    • $5,000 grant used to host local Entrepreneurship Resource Fair.
    • Statewide Resource Providers invited to attend Local Fair by SD Rural Enterprise.
    • Keynote speaker brought to the Resource Fair funded by SD Rural Enterprise.
  • 8. February 2009
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    • $10,000 to be used for professional development and business growth.
    • Access to a Fellowship community of rural SD entrepreneurs focused on growing their businesses.
    • Access to mentors, a peer advisory board, and ongoing focused, industry-specific technical assistance.
    • A professional business coach
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    • 2008 Entrepreneurship Resource Fair
      • 200 attended (3 High Schools)
      • 16 Fellowship Applications submitted.
      • 8 Fellowships Awarded.
    • CORE FOUR Business Planning Course
      • 18 participants.
    • Educational Business Networking Socials
      • Sisseton in March ‘09 (Webster & Britton)
    • Resource Team Teleconference Calls
    • Send business resource information via email to a local database of individuals interested in GLDR.
    • Hospitality/Customer Service Training
      • 49 businesses attended. (250 people)
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    • Send business resource information via email to a local database of individuals interested in GLDR.
    • Hospitality/Customer Service Training
      • 49 businesses attended. (250 people)
    • Held National Economic Gardening Conference
      • 73 participants at Ft. Sisseton State Park
      • International speakers
    • Working on developing:
      • Glacial Lakes Dakota Rising website: www.glaciallakesdakotarising.com
      • A Relationship with the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate community.
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    • SD Cooperative Extension Service
    • Day County Champion Community
    • Sisseton Economic Development Corporation
    • Glacial Lakes Area Development
    • Whetstone Valley Business Opportunities
    • Small Business Development Center
    • NESDCAP/NESDEC
    • East River Electric & Lake Region Electric Cooperatives
    • Britton Area Foundation
    • Day County Community Foundation
    • Business sponsors and Chambers of Commerce
    • SD Game, Fish, & Parks
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    • $5,000 grant, renewable annually for 3 years used to build a strong local network to support Entrepreneurship.
    • Participation in a statewide learning community working together to share best practices around entrepreneurship cultivation.
    • Access to more intentional, specialized resources to foster local entrepreneurship.
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    • Encourage local candidates to apply for the Rural Entrepreneurship Fellowships:
      • Candidates business located within “community.” (Day, Marshall, Roberts & SWO)
      • Business is beyond start-up phase of development.
      • Submit a business and a professional plan for development.
    • Applicants selection based on:
      • History of action-oriented risk taking.
      • An excitement to learn and grow.
      • Business feasibility
      • Strong plan of growth
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    • To cultivate and support prosperous entrepreneurs
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    • The beliefs and behaviors that are necessary to create a positive environment for Glacial Lakes Dakota Rising to flourish. Insures that a culture/resources are put in place to support entrepreneurs.
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    • Positive attitude ◘ Engage youth
    • Open communication ◘ Risk taking
    • Shared resources ◘ Vision/innovation
    • Organized/connected ◘ Energy/follow-through
    • Self-accountability ◘ Confidential/Trust
    • Leadership/courage ◘ Respect for others
    • Accept change ◘ Learning experience
    • Collaboration/caring ◘ Common goals
    • Respect natural resources ◘ Tourism as economic
    • Helping/supportive engine
    • Atmosphere of encouragement ◘ Active listening
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    • Lack of commitment to work together across lines, limits and boundaries
      • Clear strategies
      • Communication
      • Engagement by all of us involved and our communities.
      • Agreement on purpose
      • Assignments and follow through
      • Time and energy
      • Confidentiality and trust
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    • Team meetings and responsibility
      • Assignments and coordination
    • Positive Attitude
      • Celebrate success and tell people
    • Engage entrepreneurs
      • Create a plan
      • Network for assistance
      • Results
  • 35. Fair ends. 7PM Hors d’oeuvres and Wine Networking for new & existing business owners ~Honorary Business Social~ 6:30-7:00 Keynote speaker, David Williamson, for Existing Business Owners 5:30 -6:30 Highs & Lows & Biggest Challenge(s) Successful Entrepreneurs’ Panel 4:30-5:30 SD Rural Enterprise – Fellowship Opportunity 4-4:15 4. Taking Care of Yourself 3. E-Commerce 2. Setting-up business accounting 1. Financial literacy Power Hour! 3-4 David Williamson on Business Start-up 2-2:45 1:30-2:00 Kelly Weaver, Small Business Development Center, Speaking during Youth Business Hour ~Youth Business Hour~ 1-2
  • 36. Pre-established 2009-2010 Goals by Dakota Rising Administers
    • Better communication with SWO tribe.
    • Hold Entrepreneurship Resource Fair on 10/1 .
    • Recruit Fellowship Applicants.
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    • Establish website . (www.glaciallakesdakotarising.com)
    • Focus training opportunities toward the major areas of marketing skills and technology and/or other educational needs?
    • Maximize the efforts of Resource Team for community outreach.