The Scholarship Fund
We've come to the realization that 2021 will be a crucial year.
The economic fall-out of the pandemic will continue to squeeze small businesses. On the flip side, there will be a plethora of opportunities for the business owners who are prepared to take advantage of them and just like 2020 was a year of huge growth for some businesses, 2021 will be similar!
We are intent on poising as many businesses as possible to take advantage of 2021 and create their greatest impact!
In order to provide opportunities to small business owners who could use a helping hand after the impact of 2020, we've created a scholarship fund to allow businesses who could really use access to the exclusive content shared at the Grow Retreat 2021 but are not in a position to purchase a seat for themselves!
Scholarship fund recipients will receive a full-ride scholarship to the Live Stream of the 2021 Grow Retreat!
Scholarship applications will close on January 4th, 2021
Scholarships will be awarded on January 6th, 2021
In order to ensure these scholarships are awarded to those who will make the most out of the opportunity & participate, a $200 deposit is required from all scholarship recipients to redeem scholarship. Individual's who attend live & submit their notes within 5 days of the event will receive a full refund of the deposit.
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Frequently Asked Questions
You've never provided scholarship to the Grow Retreat in the past - why now?
Because this year, the divide between the business owners doing well, and those severely struggling, has only widened! There are so many incredible small business owners out there who just need a little support to be positioned to take advantage of the opportunities that will open up in 2021. We want to be that helping hand!!
How does this work?
Other small & large businesses who have had a better year than most are donating into the scholarship fund and receiving promotion in return to the Grow Disrupt network.
Grow Disrupt is matching each donation to double it's impact.
Applicants are applying using the form here, and will be required to place a $200 deposit to redeem the scholarship if awarded. The deposit will be refunded instantly upon proof of attendance.
If you are interested in donating into the fund to give back and support other small business owners, please fill out the form here
How is this different than an old, boring zoom meeting?
Great question! Check out the page we have dedicated to the Live Stream to check out what we're doing that's different than most!
Isn't the point of the retreat that it's expensive?
Yes! We want our attendees to be engaged & value the information they receive so they will apply it in their businesses & transform their year! This is part of why we are requiring individuals to apply for the opportunity to receive the scholarship and we ask quite a few questions to ensure we are awarding scholarships to the individuals who will make the greatest impact with them!
"I'd Like To Donate!"
Learn more about our sponsors by clicking on their logos below.
Diamond Scholarship Donors
What would happen to your business if you passed away suddenly? Would your executor find him or herself scrambling to shut down accounts, alert clients, cancel contracts, etc? How many surprises would they find themselves dealing with?
The Loss of Life Advocates are here to help set your business up before you reach that point!
Stephanie and her team understand, small business owner to small business owner, what you need from your insurance provider to be successful in business! If your current agent is unresponsive, or you're just looking to see what kind of rates rates & support you can get from someone who understands, call Stephanie!
Tony & Kyle created an opportunity and set up local billboards across the US to provide big-ticket marketing access to small businesses at rates they can afford and empower them to compete with larger companies!
Grow Disrupt has dedicated themselves to supporting small business owners to help them thrive in business. Small business owners are the backbone of our economy and are changing lives every day.
We help them create their greatest impact!
Gold Scholarship Donors
Everyone's story is slightly different and everyone needs a unique estate plan. Whether you need support in probate, guardianship, or full-service estate planning, it's important to choose a guide and agent who will take the time to understand you and your needs thoroughly. Charles Weisinger & his team are the right team who will support you so you know you and your family are taken care of.
Silver Scholarship Donors
As the author of Small Business, Big Pressure, one of Stephanie's favorite business books, Darryl Lyons (co-founder of PAX Financial Group) understands what small business owners need, and how to best support them when it comes to financial planning.
Our goal is to provide these scholarships to individuals who showcase a real need, how COVID19 has impacted their business, and are serious about using the information provided to grow their business in 2019!
If you feel you may not qualify for a scholarship, you are more than welcome to purchase a ticket here!
Terms & Conditions
Participation is subject to all associated Grow Retreat terms & conditions plus the following terms & conditions and addendums.Application does not guarantee a scholarship will be awarded if applicants outnumber funds raised.Scholarship has no redeemable cash value.Scholarship may not be transferred without written approval.Scholarship is applicable for a live-stream attendee only, onsite participation is not included.
Because our goal is to provide access to attendees who will be engaged & take advantage of the opportunity, scholarship recipients will be required to place a $200 deposit to receive the seat. Deposits will be refunded in full if notes for participants who attend live. Failure to attend live forfeits deposit entirely.
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