Global Entrepreneur Week Philadelphia is a collection of events, activities, and competitions each November that inspire millions to explore their potential as an entrepreneur while fostering connections and increasing collaboration within their ecosystems.

Check out these seven upcoming workshops that startups can attend this week to grow. 

Intro to demographic research: finding your target audience

November 16, 2022

10a.m. to 11:30a.m.

Online event. Hosted by the Free Library of Philadelphia.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, over 6 million people live in the Philadelphia metro area! How many of them purchase your products and services? How many are your potential customers? Learn how to find and narrow your target audience using Free Library of Philadelphia databases and other free resources. You will also learn how to make use of demographics, psychographics, market research, and open data. Register for this event today.

Get your local business on Google Search & Maps 

November 16, 2022

Noon to 1p.m.

Online event. Hosted by Temple University Small Business Development Center

Showing up when customers are searching online is more important than ever. Ensure customers can find accurate, updated information about your local business on Google Search and Google Maps, no matter which device they use. Learn how to create and manage a Google Business Profile from start to finish. Register for this event today.

Entrepreneurship in our neighborhoods

November 16, 2022

3p.m. to 4:30p.m.

Online event. Hosted by LA21 and Impact Services

This session is targeted at people interested in entrepreneurship as a tool to catalyze neighborhood revitalization. Concentrated poverty requires concentrated place-based solutions applied from within. Learn some of the strategies local organizations are using to tackle neighborhood challenges with entrepreneurship training, lending and community organizing.

Financial matters for startups

November 16, 2022

5:30p.m. to 6:30p.m.

Online event. Hosted by SCORE Philadelphia

Key financial concepts are important as it relates to the growth of your business. Learn how to build a financial model, including startup costs, ongoing operations expenses and sources of revenue. In this workshop, you will also learn financial statements commonly used in business opportunities. Register for this event today.

Bookkeeping for small business

November 17, 2022

10a.m. to 11a.m.

Online event. Hosted by Widener University Small Business Development Center.

Accounting and bookkeeping specifically, are critical functions within the business operations. One of the biggest reasons small businesses fail is due to cash management failure. Learn about the seven key steps to do your own bookkeeping! Register for this event today.

Building a time budget: organizing and outsourcing your time

November 17, 2022

1p.m. to 2p.m.

Online event. Hosted by Widener University Small Business Development Center.

As a startup entrepreneur, your most valuable asset is your time. Often, we find that when launching a business, you get pulled in too many directions, and as a result, your business suffers. Learn strategies on time management for startup entrepreneurs and how to prioritize your business tasks. Register for this event today. 

How entrepreneurs can discover and balance new purposes and priorities 

November 17, 2022

2p.m. to 3p.m

Online event. Hosted by PHL Matters LTD

Work life development expert John Paulas draws on original exercises that propel entrepreneurs to discover and balance new purposes and priorities, to know what others need from them, and to understand what they need from others. Register for this event today.