Vacaville Business Roundtable Group

Developed specifically for small business owners (up to 50 employees), the Vacaville Business Roundtable group meets in-person EVERY MONTH. Vacaville entrepreneurs meet to work on their business and solve problems by covering topics including marketing strategy, goal setting, finance, time management, customer loyalty, and more.

Every third Thursday, 8:00am – 10:00am

What is an Business Roundtable Group?

It’s a group of entrepreneurs who meet In-Person EVERY MONTH to work on their business. Each meeting has a Leader/Facilitator who helps plan meeting activities. The group’s success comes from member participation — so showing up monthly is ESSENTIAL!

This is not merely a ‘networking group’ — it is not about selling what you do, but improving your business. We use a ’roundtable style’ so we have time to discuss your unique business issues.

What do we do each month?

Work on business success! Each meeting includes:

  • Connecting with a group of like-minded business owners in your county.
  • Group discussion time to share and explore the monthly topic as it relates to your business, including discussing your business concerns.
  • We’ll cover topics of all kinds: marketing strategy, goal setting, financial improvements, using your time wisely, improving your website, building customer loyalty — and much more. Most meetings feature an expert Guest Speaker.
  • Members share a SWOT analysis of their business which gives the opportunity for each member to review their business strategically and get input from the others.

Am I Eligible to Join?

Vacaville Entrepreneurs is open to Vacaville entrepreneurs who currently own small businesses (up to 50 employees). This is not a group for businesses planning to start, but for existing businesses; you must prove you are currently in business. Businesses may be of any kind, but must be based in Solano County.

Spaces are limited. By joining the group, you are expected to show up monthly and participate, including providing input and encouragement to others in the group.

When, where, and how long do we meet? 

Vacaville Entrepreneurs meets monthly in-person in downtown Vacaville every third Thursday morning from 8:00am – 10:00am. 

For details and to apply, please contact the Vacaville leader for location address and other details. You must meet the qualifications and there must be enough space in the group.

What’s the Cost?

There is currently no membership fee and no charge for meetings or any of the group’s activities, thanks to funding support by the Solano-Napa Small Business Development Center (SBDC).

However, you must apply to be accepted. Spaces are limited. See above for the eligibility criteria of the group.

Who Are We?

Vacaville Entrepreneurs is led by Jennifer House. Jennifer is owner of Prosper by Design and she is a Business Advisor for the Solano-Napa Small Business Development Center (SBDC).

As a successful business owner for the last 18 years, as well as a professional networker, Jennifer has assisted in the growth and development of multiple companies, resulting in public recognition as one of Solano County’s Women of influence for 2020.

Questions? Call us at (707) 646-1071

Other Details

As part of joining this group, you consent to receiving direct emails from the group leader, with your email is visible and shared among the group. Your info is not shared with anyone outside of the group and your information is confidential.

Accommodations: Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least 2 weeks in advance of this any meeting by contacting the event leader.

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