Small Businesses Poised for Second Stage Growth


Established small businesses are essential for community growth. These businesses have made it past the "start up" phase and are therefore more successful than 80% of their peers. They are passionate. They are dedicated. And they are open to hearing new ideas, learning new skills, and expanding their network. They know they need help. We know how to help them. In fact, we are passionate about helping them.


"This program has helped me put together a road map that will take my company through its next three years and beyond. We will one day staff many and serve thousands, all while maintaining my personal mission -- to increase the quality of life for all."
Anne Gardner
iOffices Services, Inc

The StreetWise ‘MBA’™ is designed for the business owner or key decision maker in a small business. Participants must have the potential, desire, and commitment to grow their business. In addition each business must have:

  • Achieved initial growth, yet have hit barriers to further development.
  • Annual revenues between $250,000 and $10 million.
  • At least one employee on payroll other than the CEO/owner.
  • Been in business for a minimum of 3 years.  

Interise is committed to working with entrepreneurs who represent historically under-served populations, including women, minorities, Native Americans, immigrants, and business owners located in lower income communities. Over ninety percent of our entrepreneurs meet at least one of these descriptors.

Find out where our programs are located.

Keep In Touch

 

  info (@) interise.org
  (617) 350-6500
  197 Portland Street, 2nd Floor
Boston, MA 02114

 

View Map

Upcoming Events

Join us at our first StreetWise Steps™ Summit on May 6th and 7th in Dallas, Texas. You don't want to miss this chance to create connections at our largest gathering of graduates, ever!

Recent News/Happenings

Thank you to all who attended 2014 thrive! in Boston. We hope we left you inspired and energized to continue making an impact in your community. Our annual event wouldn't have been possible without the genuine stories of our three speakers, our award winners, and our attendees.