Bank’s Business Education Program Expands to Students and Graduates

Enterprise Bank & Trust

Enterprise Bank & Trust’s highly acclaimed Enterprise University, a no-cost business education program available to local business leaders, is expanding with Enterprise University: College Edition – a weekly summer course offering geared toward college students. Courses will cover a variety of business topics including strategy, marketing, business culture and more.

Enterprise has helped shape area business leaders for more than 17 years, offering classes on a variety of business-related topics, which are designed to both challenge and energize participants. This is the first time Enterprise will offer Enterprise University classes specifically for college-age students.

“We have seen the success of Enterprise University with business leaders and are confident that our courses will be a great resource for future leaders as well,” said Jim Lally, President & CEO of Enterprise Financial Services Corp. “In this economy especially, students need access to as many resources as they can get. Enterprise is committed to helping students and the local business economy grow during these tough times.”

Enterprise University – College Edition courses will be held virtually and take place weekly on Wednesdays from June 10–July 29. Each hour-long class will be taught by an Enterprise Bank & Trust executive or partner. All courses are from 4-5 p.m. CDT.

The 2020 summer schedule is:

  • Strategy and Leadership – June 10
  • An Effective M&A Strategy – June 17
  • Investing in the Current Economy – June 24
  • Marketing and Sales – July 8
  • Nutrition in Business – July 15
  • Culture and Communication – July 22
  • Where Do HR, IT and Business Continuity Fit? – July 29

Students can elect to attend individual courses of interest or all seven. Classes are offered at no cost, but registration is required and limited. The full course schedule can be found at https://www.enterprisebank.com/eu.

Enterprise Financial Services Corp (NASDAQ: EFSC), with approximately $7 billion in assets, is a bank holding company headquartered in Clayton, Mo. Enterprise operates 34 branch offices in Arizona, Kansas, Missouri and New Mexico. Enterprise offers a range of business and personal banking services and wealth management services. Enterprise Trust, a division of Enterprise Bank & Trust, provides financial planning, estate planning, investment management and trust services to businesses, individuals, institutions, retirement plans and nonprofit organizations. Member FDIC; Equal Housing Lender.

Enterprise University courses are taught by industry experts and focus on relevant business topics, including marketing, social media, sales, financial strategies, leadership training, employee management, employee benefits, succession planning and more. Enterprise University challenges business owners to think strategically and collectively supports a thriving business community by offering its courses to bank clients as well as nonclients – at no cost.

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