SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- A new online business school, The American School of Entrepreneurship™ (ASE), has been launched using a completely online format for teaching over 40 skills-based business topics.
The mission of ASE is to assist aspiring business owners in the formation of new enterprises and to support and revitalize established small businesses in areas of sales, marketing, growth and expansion, in both domestic and international markets.
ASE offers two learning options: A "Live" format having interface with a mentor and a Q&A session at $49 for each 75 – 90 minutes session; or an "On-Demand" recorded version of a live session at $29. Without additional fee, each learning option has a 14-days review period accessible 24/7 on the school website, www.theasoe.com.
All mentors are successful business owners who practice in the industry of the topics they teach. Several mentors have national and international reputations, or are consultants and coaches for Fortune 500 companies.
Andrea Bright, ASE President, explains that the new online school is based on the concept that "small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs want convenient access to time-efficient, real-world knowledge and proven skills in specific areas of business which can be applied immediately to their business operation. They don't want to make a huge financial investment and take years to acquire an academic business degree. Many already have academic degrees in disciplines other than business. We created the American School of Entrepreneurship™ to meet those needs."
The school co-founder, John Heinrich, states that, "The current economic environment has become an incentive to many unemployed, yet talented people, for starting their own business. Established small business owners are experiencing challenges never before encountered. ASE mentors continually update courses to provide solutions to business challenges. ASE is the 'Small Business Success School'™ for new and established business owners."
SOURCE American School of Entrepreneurship