E2theMax

Since 2008 we’ve been sponsoring the E2theMax Business Makeover Challenge. Our CEO Rod was quoted saying,

“The Challenge provides owners (small business) with the mentorship and tools necessary to really encourage, build and accelerate their businesses.”

The New Zealand based Challenge gives 50 businesses the opportunity to collaborate with some of the best business minds, develop a solid plan and execute it with the teams, within 12 weeks. Participants receive up to $60,000 worth of contributed expertise, products and services that focus on giving their business a real boost.

This is followed with extensive promotion of each boosted business at the Challenge 2010 Reveal Event and in this year’s Challenge publication.

If you think your business could benefit why not check it out. But be quick, space is limited and applications close on 12 April 2010. You can register your interest here.

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