REV does a lot for small businesses.
The 30-60-90 plan is just one of the tools the Business Growth team uses to help future or existing entrepreneurs find their way.
What is the 30-60-90 plan exactly?
It’s a goal-setting process where clients take a large sheet of paper, write down what they want to accomplish and, as the name suggests, figure out if they can be achieved in 30, 60, or 90 days.
Members of the team then act as both cheerleaders and accountability partners by checking in with clients to see if they’re reaching their goals, according to Taylor Clark Jacobson, REV’s Director of Recruitment & Growth
One client who has benefitted from the personal guidance the 30-60-90 plan provides is Aisha Taylor, owner of Element and Vibe, a message-based t-shirt brand.
Taylor was already in business and vending at the Woodlawn Street Market when she started on her journey with the business growth team.
“One thing about REV Birmingham is they’ll help you cultivate your dream and actually put it on paper and focus on some things that you need to do step by step,” she said.
Hear Jacobson and Taylor talk more about the 30-60-90 plan below:
For more on our Business Growth services, visit revbirmingham.org/revbiz!
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We’ve made it to the third and final public workshop for Re-vision Linn Park! Partners behind Re-Vision Linn Park will wrap up the community engagement process at the last public workshop on Tuesday, October 4, at Boutwell Auditorium. Community members can participate and provide feedback on a park design concept in the noon or 5:30 p.m. session – so come out one last time and let your voice be heard!
If you’ve been following REV for a while, you probably remember The Big Pitch Competitions we used to hold back in the day. The Big Pitch presented by PNC was essentially our own little version of Shark Tank. And a lot of your favorite local businesses that participated in this competition now have active retail storefronts that you can go check out. Let’s start with some of our finalists that are based in the City of Birmingham and see what they’ve been up to!
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