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Horse Business $poken Here!

Have you ever stayed awake at night trying to figure out how to improve your horse business? You’d love to learn more about the business side of things, but most of the courses you’ve seen won’t work with your schedule or they aren’t horse industry specific.

 

Now there’s a better way. 

  • Blue Ribbon Business Teleseminars are convenient, affordable and hands-on.
  • Our workshops are offered as teleseminars. Call in and listen along with others to the topic being discussed live.
  • Part of the call is Q&A so that you get your individual questions answered. Or listen to the call at your convenience when the recording is posted.
  • You’ll also have access to the Blue Ribbon Business Center throughout your workshop. At the Center you’ll find worksheets related to the topic and references to other resources.
  • You’ll be given assignments to work on the topic as it applies specifically to your horse business, and then submit your assignments to Blue Ribbon for personal review and feedback.

 

By the time the teleseminar series ends you’ll have learned techniques to improve your horse business AND taken the first steps.

 

Sign up now for our comprehensive, first-class teleseminars at no-frills prices.

 

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“Thank you for offering the services you do for the equestrian entrepreneurs.  I have looked online for good, down-to-earth business information on horse/equestrian related business.  Of all of them that I have come across, yours by far has offered the most in my opinion.  I purchased the 2 books, 'Growing Your Horse Business' and 'Bang for Your Buck' a few years ago and they are my bibles…”

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