Inc. Magazine-Ranked Small Business Throws Summit for Entrepreneurs

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OnceLogix Executive Team

At The SBC, we want to lead the effort and build a small business community that will help each business owner and entrepreneur to grow and sustain seven-figure businesses.� Said Rod Brown, COO of OnceLogix and creator of Small Business Cookout.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. February 06, 2018

According to Bloomberg, eight out of 10 entrepreneurs who start businesses fail within the first 18 months. A massive 80 percent crash and burn. On February 9-10, 2018, the Small Business Cookout will bring together entrepreneurs, small business owners, and thought leaders to explore ways to make their businesses more profitable and exchange resources.

“At the SBC, we want to lead the effort and build a small business community that will help each business owner and entrepreneur to grow and sustain seven-figure businesses,� said Rod Brown, COO of OnceLogix and creator of The Small Business Cookout. “We are very intentional about assisting individuals to start, develop, and maintain enterprises as we've done over the past decade. We are here to be the catalyst and the vessel to teach, connect, and grant the necessary access for small businesses to succeed,� he continued.

The SBC will consist of a two-day experience. Attendees will immerse in knowledge and best practices that will take the individual and their business to the next level. The event will expose entrepreneurs to mastery techniques where they will engage with leading professionals, into leadership, being in the right business, growing their business, the “why� behind what each entrepreneur does, being authentic, and much more!

On Friday, guests will join empowering talks that include: “Three Ways to Grow Revenue,” “How to be The Authentic CEO,â€� and “The Emotionally Intelligent CEO.â€� Also, there will be two panels. The first will be, “The Seven-Figure Sandboxâ€� where attendees can listen to million-dollar conversations from gladiators who have earned over seven-figures, or participate in seven-figure deals. Here, the guests will find out what it takes to play in that sandbox. The second one, “Get Fundedâ€� is where attendees will learn about unique ways to finance their business in today’s funding climate. The night will close out with a mix and mingle soiree with music provided by Darryl Little and Friends.

Saturday, also coined “Action Saturday,� will highlight the Stand and Deliver Pitch Competition. The competition participants can speak about their business and walk away with money and services. Also on this day, guests can participate in the speed-mentoring event, and early risers can join a mini boot camp, led by an accomplished trainer. This will get their blood stirring and mind ready for the rest of the day. VIP registrants will have the opportunity to receive business coaching from individuals that have started and sustained successful small businesses.

OnceLogix, LLC is a nationally recognized award-winning Software Company located in Winston-Salem North Carolina. Over the past 10 years, OnceLogix founders have created several successful, profitable businesses that continue to sustain profitability year after year. In 2016, Inc. magazine ranked our company 3,719th on its 35th annual Inc. 5000 list. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—independent small businesses. After learning that less than 1.5 percent minority-owned companies were on the list, the founders concluded that they wanted to do something to help with this systemic problem by creating the Small Business Cookout.

Take your business to the next level. Tickets start at $249 for general admission and $299 for VIP. Guests will also have the option to purchase one-day registrations for $149. To register, please visit the Small Business Cookout website:

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Marcus Clinker

Marcus Clinker

Marcus is a reporter on the Political Capital team focusing on money in politics. Before joining Daily Telescope, he worked as a researcher and writer for the Institute for Northern Studies at Ohio State University and as a freelance journalist in Portalnd, having been published by over 20 outlets including NPR, the Center for Media and Democracy,The Huffington Post, Salon, Truthout and
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