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TIG and New Hope’s Natural Products Business School Returns to Expo West 2024, Promising Entrepreneurs Insight and Networking Opportunities

TIG and New Hope’s Natural Products Business School Returns to Expo West 2024, Promising Entrepreneurs Insight and Networking Opportunities

Anaheim, CA / March, 2024 / The Natural Products Business School is back at Natural Products Expo West 2024 on Tuesday, March 12, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Marriott, Grand Ballroom F. This collaborative effort between TIG Brands, New Hope Business School, and New Hope Network provides a tailored half-day event aimed at educating and connecting emerging brands within the natural products industry.

TIG Brands advocates for sustainable business growth, promoting nimble and resilient models over rapid expansion. Through their accelerator 2.0 approach, dubbed “tardigrades,” they offer entrepreneurs advisory support, education, access, and community. The Natural Products Business School serves as a vital platform for entrepreneurs to engage with industry experts and peers, offering insights to navigate the natural products landscape. Whether attendees are at the inception stage or aiming for growth, the Business School equips them with the necessary knowledge, resources, and connections for success.

Tailored Learning Experience:

Attendees can customize their learning journey by selecting from various topics during intimate table discussions led by industry experts. From fundraising essentials to marketing strategies and legal considerations, entrepreneurs can focus on areas pertinent to their business objectives. The event features multiple workshops where attendees can earn stamps on their “report card,” redeemable for prizes provided by TIG and New Hope Network, enhancing the learning experience.

Agenda Highlights:

The agenda includes an array of activities such as opening remarks, keynote addresses, fireside chats, workshop sessions, networking opportunities, and a graduation ceremony with a raffle draw.

Networking and Personalized Learning:

Networking sessions enable entrepreneurs to connect with peers, industry professionals, and potential partners. A notable feature of this year’s Business School is the ability for attendees to build their own course schedule, ensuring a highly personalized learning experience tailored to individual needs.

Registration Details:

Entrepreneurs attending Expo West 2024 can register for the Natural Products Business School for an additional $150 fee, which includes access to post-show digital learning opportunities and resources.

Don’t Miss Out:

The Natural Products Business School offers a unique opportunity to gain insights, forge connections, and propel natural products businesses forward. Join us for a half-day event tailored to emerging brands, where you can engage with industry experts and peers, acquire valuable insights, and establish strategic connections to drive your success.

About TIG Brands

TIG (The Idea Village) Brands is a leading advocate and business incubator for innovative brand and business strategies that prioritize resilience and efficiency over conventional growth paradigms. Guided by the philosophy of nurturing “tardigrades” – nimble, capital-efficient, and resilient entities – TIG Brands offers comprehensive support and advisory services to emerging brands seeking sustainable success in the competitive marketplace. With a focus on capital efficiency, disciplined growth, and community building, TIG Brands empowers entrepreneurs to navigate the challenges of entrepreneurship with confidence. Through its network of collaborators and champions, TIG Brands provides invaluable access to industry leaders, investors, and key stakeholders, fostering a supportive ecosystem for brands to thrive. Join TIG Brands in embracing the tardigrade mindset and redefining the path to enduring success in the ever-evolving business landscape.

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