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What is Your Story?
Are you an active or aspiring entrepreneur?
Do you currently have (or want to create) an non-profit?
Curious how to combine nonprofit and for-profit organizations for maximum benefit?
Are you a real estate investor who wants to bump up your business acumen?
This workshop is for business and nonprofit leaders who want to grow their practical knowledge and profits so that they can better serve their communities.
“There is a marketplace sound, or wind, that is blowing in the earth and the Church. God is doing something in our world right now. He is speaking to the hearts of His people about entering the business world as a force for the Kingdom!”
— Billy Epperhart
When you work for someone else, they typically have a system in place for you. When you start your own business or nonprofit, you’re in charge of creating the system.
Dozens of ideas and possibilities tend to float around in the entrepreneur’s head, but these unguided thought processes can become overwhelming.
Starting a business can feel like rolling a large stone up a hill. There are many irons in the fire. It can become difficult to keep track of everything you need to stay on course.
The WealthBuilders Business Development and Nonprofit Workshop exists to help you bring order to the chaos. It will provide inspiration, instruction, and guidance from experienced business and nonprofit.
Business affects everything we do. It's the primary source of wealth creation, so every sphere is indirectly or directly funded by it: government, education, family, religion, media, the arts & entertainment industry--you name it!
The point is that businesses have influence, whether from the products and services they provide, the wealth they generate, or the employment opportunities they make available.
This workshop will show you how to be the best steward of your resources and ideas. Then, you will be equipped to make a positive impact in your specific sphere.
No matter what your business and nonprofit needs are, we have you covered. Plenary sessions will provide refreshers on general information and concepts, while workshops will be tailored to unique needs. In addition, there will be ample Q&A sessions and 1-1 coaching! Keep scrolling to see some of the workshop's specific offerings.
Sessions and Q&A's
Several Power-Packed Sessions and Q&As to Teach You How to Grow Your Business and/or Nonprofit, Step-by-Step
Development and Growth
The Business Model Canvas is the Leading tool to help aspiring and active business owners fulfill their vision. We will show you how to ideate and fill out each section, from customer segments to revenue streams.
How to Start a Non-Profit
There's a lot that goes into starting a nonprofit. We'll Teach you what 501(c)(3) status is and how to attain it, plus how to form a board, file for tax exemptions, and raise funding. (WealthBuilders is a non-profit, so we know how this stuff works.)
Business as a Mission
Business has the ability to profoundly empower and equip individuals, communities, and, eventually, nations. We'll show you how to create Sustainiable change through business as a mission.
Create a Real Estate Investment Plan
Whether they know it or not, real estate investors are entrepreneurs! We'll show investors how to scale their real estate business and increase their profits with the right business plan.
First Steps on Starting a Business for Aspiring Entrepreneurs
So, you have a business idea. The problem, is you don't know where to start. We'll show you what you need to do to turn your dream into a plan.
How to Create a Brand: Marketing Strategies for Success
This is not a templated approach. We know every single business and client is unique. We’ll work with you to explore, research and understand your business.
Side Hustles: How to Earn Extra Cash
We live in the age of the side hustle. There are endless possibilities to the side businesses you can create to generate extra cash. This workshop will spark your imagination for side hustles and help you get started.
Come exchange ideas, learn from experts, and build lifelong connections. Ask questions in live Q&As or our 1-1 coaching with business and nonprofit experts
Tax Saving Systems: How to Combine For-Profit and Non-Profit Entities
Did you know that a non-profit can receive passive income? There are ways to combine non-profit and for-profits that maximize efficiency and profits. It's a totally legal way to save money on your taxes--but we'll make sure you do it the right way.
And Much More!
This is just a small taste of the sessions The Business Development and Nonprofit Workshop will offer! Get in the game and register today.
The WealthBuilders Business Development and Nonprofit Workshop features successful entrepreneurs, nonprofit starters, and business leaders that are full of experience, strategies, and sound wisdom. They are eager to equip you to make your dreams a reality. If they did it, so can you!
WealthBuilders Founder & CEO
Billy Epperhart is a successful entrepreneur and a nationally known speaker and author. He is the CEO of Andrew Wommack Ministries and Charis Bible College, as well as the co-founder of the Charis Business School. He also oversees the strategic direction of his nonprofit, WealthBuilders, which provides financial and spiritual education to help people make sense of making money for making a difference. The missional arm of WealthBuilders, Tricord Global, provides microfinance loans and business training in developing nations. In addition, Billy is a Founder of WealthBuilders Investment Services, an investment company that locates and creates Biblically Responsible and Pro-Values Investing options to facilitate the expansion of Kingdom-minded causes. In his free time, Billy enjoys fly-fishing, camping with his four grandsons, and traveling around the world with his wife, Becky.
WealthBuilders Vice President
Karen Conrad is a business entrepreneur, speaker, author, trainer, and consultant whose passion is in bringing “vision to reality” for her businesses and others’, specializing in bringing businesses and ministries to the next level with proven results. With over 32 years of executive experience and successful business entrepreneurship, Karen is capitalizing on her vision to see others prosper in the business and ministry realm.
Pastor/WealthBuilders Real Estate Coach
Dave is pastor of global development for Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas. In addition, he helped found the Bethel School of Supernatural Business. His passion is helping people achieve their full potential and have a positive impact on their communities. He has over 25 years of ministry experience and is a retired police officer and serves as a Chaplain for the Southlake Police Department. He and his wife, Karen, reside in Southlake. They have three children and one grandchild.
Pastor/WealthBuilders Real Estate Coach
Mike Davis is a husband, dad, grandfather, pastor, and real estate investor. His real estate success has changed his bank account and he wants to help other people change theirs as well! Today Mike continues to learn all he can researching, seeking mentorship, and through his own investing experience. Mike has a contagious enthusiasm for real estate investing and a great desire to help others on their own path to achieving financial goals.
Real Estate Investor and Coach, Former Multi-Million Dollar Business Owner and Advisor
Treat others how you’d want to be treated. The Golden Rule applies to making friends and living a good life, but in Frank Pulley’s experience, it’s also the secret to building a multimillion dollar business and an impressive real estate portfolio.
“It’s one thing to say you should treat others well,” Frank says, “But it’s a heck of a lot harder to do it.”
Frank got his business start when he left college because he saw the money to be made in the grocery industry. He worked his way to upper management at King Soopers and served there for 12 years. Around that time, he and his wife Becky began to get restless. So, they took a plunge (literally).
Frank, Becky, and a couple of friends bought a retail recreation store that specialized in scuba diving and travel. After a few years*, they had 30+ employees and had grown the store from $25,000/mo to a multimillion dollar business.
“The one thing we are is risk takers,” Frank says. “Becky and I have always taken chances, and we’ve made our decisions together.”
Among other endeavors, Frank’s season as a business owner included group travel, business coaching, and scuba instructing. However, it was also a time of 60-70 hour work weeks and endless hustle. At the time, a 12-hour workday was considered mild. After Frank and Becky had been in the business for 22 years, they decided it was time to make a change.
“We had become ENC Christians–Easter and Christmas. We didn’t like that; it wasn’t our upbringing. We wanted something that would give us time to be with our family, honor God, and do some work with the homeless,” Frank says.
That ‘something’ turned out to be real estate investing. They joined a coaching program led by real estate lawyer and investor, Bill Bronchick, in 2001. By 2006, they were fully into real estate and were able to sell their half of the business to their partners. By 2010, Bill Bronchick invited Frank to come alongside him as a coach. This was in part due to his real estate aptitude, but even moreso for his business acumen. Not long after, WealthBuilders scooped him up as a real estate coach, too.
Entrepreneurship, whether through a storefront or real estate business, is a pathway to serve your community and design the life you’ve dreamed of. Frank and Becky Pulley are proof that if you work hard in a specific direction and have faith, you can accomplish your goals.
Vice President of WealthBuilders and Tricord Global
Shortly after David Briggs became a Christian, he went to Bible college and met his wife, Melta. While they were there, they had a personal encounter with the Lord. It was clear God was calling them to mission work, but his heart’s desire wasn’t to be a missionary. Rather, he wanted to raise money for missionaries in the field.
David has always had one foot in the business world. When he started pastoring a smaller church, they couldn’t afford to pay him a full-time salary. So, he started a subcontracting business to subsidize his income. As a pastor and evangelist, David noticed that the missionaries they worked alongside were in continual financial tension. When they went on leave, inflation had eaten up their money, and they were so busy trying to garner financial support that they couldn’t rest.
The second problem David noticed was the lack of outward transformation in the areas where He went to do mission work. He found that preaching and teaching alone weren’t equating to any tangible changes in the community. People were poor, and the cities were far from thriving.
“It was like sticking your finger in water,” David mused. “Once you removed it, you couldn’t tell it had been there.
Over time, the desire to see true Kingdom transformation across the globe burgeoned in David’s heart. He longed to see the kingdoms of the world conform to the Kingdom of God in every sphere of society. That desire came to fruition through his friendship with Billy Epperhart and their formation of Tricord Global.
David is the Vice President of Tricord Global, a nonprofit that raises the investor capital to provide microfinance loans to entrepreneurs and church planters in developing nations. Through Tricord, David has seen beggars turn into business owners. With a hand up, not a handout, they become empowered to serve and influence their communities for the Kingdom.
Whether it be through his work with WealthBuilders, Tricord Global, or operational consulting, David helps people get the practical tools necessary to maximize their transformational impact.
“I want to see Christians become salt and light; influencers in their community with the ability to change it because they are empowered to do so,” David says.
CEO of Carr Realty,
Ever since he graduated from high school, Colin Carr has had the entrepreneurial bug. With that vision in mind, he forewent college and landed his first full-time job at 19. He worked as a property manager under a connection who owned several multi-family apartment complexes. There, a fascination with real estate began to grow.
In his early twenties, Colin moved to Denver, Colorado, and continued in the property management of several mid and high-rise apartment complexes in the downtown area. At 23, Colin received his broker’s license and began representing local, regional, and national companies with their commercial real estate needs. As a jack of all trades, he represented landlords, sellers, tenants, buyers, and investors across a broad spectrum of specialties, including office, industrial, retail, land, and investment real estate.
After almost a decade of real estate experience and hundreds of completed transactions, Colin began to focus exclusively on healthcare. He quickly realized that he could have more impact and influence in healthcare than any other field. One transaction could benefit doctors, their staff, hundreds upon thousands of patients, and vendors.
“One thing we noticed was that unrepresented tenants and buyers almost always paid more and received less in concessions that professionally represented tenants and buyers. Nowhere was this more evident than in healthcare,” Colin said.
Through hard work and honed focus, Colin founded and developed CARR, the leading provider of commercial real estate services for healthcare tenants and buyers in the United States. According to Colin, God gave him the idea for the company when he and his wife, April, attended Charis Bible College in 2008. Their goal was to create a Kingdom-minded company led by the truth of Matthew 6:33: “But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.” To Colin, running a Kingdom-minded organization means operating with integrity and excellence, as well as continuing to increase in their capacity to serve others.
“A lot of people focus on the natural and they miss the spiritual, or they focus on the spiritual and they miss the natural. It’s got to be both,” Colin says. “We are called to faithfully steward the things God trusts us with, whether that’s talents, opportunities, or people.”
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Join us for the WealthBuilders Business Development and Nonprofit Workshop!
August 19-21, 2022 | Denver, CO
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Denver Tech Center, 7801 East Orchard Road, Greenwood Village, CO 80111-2508