Daymond John is collaborating with Regent University for The Daymond John Certificate in Entrepreneurship: Building Your Business with a Shark. The University’s Professional and Continuing Education Division will launch a special online business certificate program and John will serve as a distinguished guest lecturer.
“Entrepreneurs help drive our economy, so we are thrilled to partner with Daymond John to offer the most relevant training in entrepreneurship through our affordable, online certificate program,” says Dr. Julianne Cenac, assistant vice president for professional and continuing education at Regent University. “This is the only online certificate in entrepreneurship where students are learning directly from a ‘Shark’ of the caliber of Daymond John. He brings values, integrity and savvy market insight to the program.”
The program is open for registration with the program scheduled to launch on October 2, 2014. The certificate consists of seven distinct four-week online courses that cover all of the foundational bases of entrepreneurship, as well as some of the more advanced nuances of start-ups. Every student will receive a complimentary copy of John’s book, The Brand Within, and every student will receive a complimentary copy of the book with registration.
“I’m very excited about my collaboration with Regent University,” said Daymond John. “If you don’t educate yourself, you’ll never get out of the starting block because you’ll spend all your money making foolish decisions. This partnership will help individuals expand their potential.”
The price of The Daymond John Certificate in Entrepreneurship: Building Your Business with a Shark is $199 per course, or $1,393 for all seven courses. For more information or to register, please visit: www.daymondjohncenter.com or www.regent.edu/daymondjohn_center
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