You're inspired and motivated to be changing, modifying, and/or improving your future?

If not, please just skip this part.

If yes, read on.

While it's often believed that the future can be neither predicted nor controlled, significant accomplishments by numerous individuals have clearly demonstrated it certainly can be influenced.

So, why not you?

Why not now?

You can be the source to change your future.

It's not magic.

It's a methodology.

And it produces a predictable result: achieving change.

Join us for breakfast any  Wednesday  and share your ideas.

We'll help you get started, as we have with so many others and our companies have won virtually every award for business growth in Houston, some nationally and some even internationally.

Successful regard$,  
C. Dean Kring ~ 713.932.7495 ~ Endorsements 
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 "Every incredible thing being accomplished now was totally impossible at some previous point in time."
What you learn in 6 months with The Co-Op
will last a lifetime with your business.
Connect ~ Learn ~ Grow ~ Prosper ®
Houston CrossRoad$ Business Building Breakfast
The Group For Growth®
Wednesday, January 29th, 2020

Motivational Speaker:
"Easy as 1, 2, 3!"
C. Dean Kring, Director of Research
Services Cooperative Association

Featured Speaker:
"Target Market"
Paul A. Barela ~ BMW Financial Group

7:30 AM to  8:30 AM
Corner Bakery Cafe - 9311H Katy Freeway (I-10W at Echo Lane)
Check-in starts at 7:00 AM
Business Showcase:
"The Power of Connections"
Business of the Week:
Graphic Artist
Should you be in this type of business,
please attend for special recognition! 
Featured Business:
Need assistance? Want to provide assistance?
Special Feature:
Seniorpreneurs
Are you 65+, have an idea and want to consider it
as a part/full time business?
More information here .
Featured Networking Group:

Featured Event:
Understanding Financial Statements and the
Business Operating Cycle


Virtual:
Mentor,

Advisory Board,
 
Master Mind Group,

Professional Development Coach
Custom Tailored Development Methodology
Friday Forum via Skype
Webinar: Understanding Gender Non Binary + Gender Neutral Language-Good for the Bottom Line
Thursday, January 30 ~ 11:30 a.m. to Noon
Tom Berry's Market Forecast
Thursday, January 30 ~ 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Quarterly Networking Breakfast
International Trade Center
11110 Bellaire Blvd. Houston, Texas Ste. 200
Tuesday February 4th -  7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Annual Meeting, Awards Luncheon & Board Induction
Thursday, February 6th ~ 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM
Join the largest veteran-focused business plan
competition in the country.
2020 Spring Thing Car Show - Katy, Texas
Read the CDC Integrated Services monthly newsletter:
Don't miss this!
Ethics and integrity workshop
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On This Day In History - January 29th
1845
The New York Evening Mirror prints a macabre and mysterious narrative poem by Boston-native Edgar Allan Poe, which will lead him to celebrity and acclaim but very little monetary profit.
1936
Inaugural inductees to Baseball's Hall of Fame include famous names of talent and temperament, including hitters Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb (shown here), and pitchers Christy Matthewson and Walter Johnson.
1964
Director Stanley Kubrick's biting black comedy of cold war paranoia opens in US and UK cinemas, introducing a bomb-fearing world to President Muffley, Captain Mandrake, and General Ripper's "precious bodily fluids."
2002
Name-checking Iran, Iraq, and North Korea as "the world's most dangerous regimes," President George W. Bush introduces the phrase " axis of evil" into the lexicon of political discussion.
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"The worst evils which mankind has ever had to endure were inflicted by bad governments."
                               Ludwig von Mises                      
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"You don't learn to ride a bicycle by reading a book or writing a business plan - you learn to ride a bicycle by getting on the bicycle."
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presenting
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Market Expansion ~ Business Development
Entrepreneurial Education ~ Professional Growth
Since 1983!
  A not-for-profit cooperative association of independent businesses, founded from an economic development research project on the
importance of small business development conducted by the
 Houston Chamber of Commerce in the late 1970's.

With our first Co-Op meeting held March 14, 1983, to date we've worked with 65,635
 people, generating 44,967 tips, leads, referrals and items of new business, generating revenues exceeding one billion dollars, founded the Entrepreneurial Development Center - Houston's first and Texas' oldest small business incubator and co-working space, First Houston Small Business Seed Capital Fund - literally the first small business seed capital fund in Houston, the Womens Business Center - first business incubator for women business owners in the country with residency space and the Virtual Business Center - the first remote business incubator in the world - all totally without public funding, grants, gifts, donations or contributions. 

Co-Op companies have won virtually every award for business growth in Houston, some nationally and some even internationally.
 
Our Entrepreneurial Research Division conclusively demonstrated "entrepreneurship" could be taught in a classroom environment, resulting in colleges and universities, globally,
commencing entrepreneurial courses.
 
Here are but a few of the many endorsements given us.

Here are some of the organizations we've worked with.

We grow companies, build careers and advance ideas.
May we assist with yours?

Rapid Growth System ®

Please connect with us on Alignable?

Among our projects for 2020:
We're asking our government to please stop tax-payer
funding of  those Small Business Development Centers across
the U.S. which 
knowingly compete with tax-paying businesses.
Should you have a business that has been negatively impacted by
SBDC competition let us know. 
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