Business coaching program offers support to Otter Tail County organizations

Applications for the Business Resilience Coaching Program opened Monday, Aug. 1 and will close Friday, Aug. 19 at 4 p.m.

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PERHAM — Businesses and non-profits in Otter Tail County can apply to the Business Resilience Coaching Program from Aug. 1-19. The program will provide free coaching and training to make organizations more resilient and overcome future challenges. The program will also offer competitive matching grants for selected organizations.

All businesses and non-profits that apply will work one-on-one with local advisors or in small group training to assess their organizations’ current plans and operations. Coaching can cover technology, finances, social media marketing, business planning, succession planning, and more.

Selected organizations will also have access to matching grant funds of up to $2,000 per organization. Grant funds received will be used to continue work with a local advisor and implement ideas identified in the sessions.

Information about the Business Resilience Coaching Program can be found at . Applications opened Monday, Aug. 1 and will close Friday, Aug. 19 at 4 p.m. Reach out to Sarah Schake at or 218-998-8722 for questions about the program.

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