Join this workshop: for entrepreneurs serious about succeeding. Come spend a day with local industry experts to learn about how to put your ideas into action. A full-day workshop for idea-phase or established entrepreneurs passionate about thriving in their industry.

So You Wanna Be An Entrepreneur? Is offered Thursday, November 13th, 2014 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. and concludes with a cocktail hour from 4 p.m. until 5 p.m. The one-day only workshop is offered at the office of Red Idea Partners located in Suite 106 at 4760 Walnut St., Boulder, CO. Class is strictly limited in size for the one-day cost of $295.

Spots are limited. Register by calling Alexandra Gardner at Red Idea Partners at 720-287-1361 or email

Ross Shell, Founder and CEO of Red Idea Partners, has successfully guided dozens of companies through the myriad of issues business owners face. This workshop is the ideal opportunity to save time and resources with guidance from local business experts.

“This is an incredible opportunity for anyone who has an idea floating around in their head that wants to put it into action. We deeply believe in the incredible possibilities and magic generated by ideas, ingenuity and unlimited human potential,” Shell says.

The information-packed day is awash with classes including: Mission, Vision and Values with instructor and Red Idea partner Dave Hunter, also the former CEO of BI, Inc.; Persistence and Gutting it Out taught by Garvin Jabusch, Chief Investment Officer at Green Alpha Advisors; Legal 101 with Matt Bonoma, Partner and Food Practice Director at Red Idea Partners and Valuation, Pitching and Fundraising taught by Ross Shell, Founder and CEO of Red Idea Partners.

So you wanna be an Entrepreneur? Workshop

About Red Idea Consulting and Venture Works
Red Idea Consulting and Venture Works consults, invests, and joint ventures with entrepreneurs with promising ideas and start-up businesses in the food, beverage, consumer, and technology sectors. Red Idea’s mantra is “vibrant thinking” and the partners believe that entrepreneurial success comes from hard work, talented teams, common sense, realism, enthusiasm, focus and flexibility. Red Idea’s vision is to build an enduring firm of national caliber while helping build successful, profitable brands.