Published On: Mon, Apr 15th, 2019

The Jim Moran Institute For Global Entrepreneurship Extends Application Deadline For The Small Business And Nonprofit Executive Programs

Boca Raton, FL – The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship, in Florida State University’s College of Business, has extended its application deadline for its Small Business Executive Program (SBEP) and Nonprofit Executive Program (NPEP) until May 6. Offered at no cost to participants, the programs are funded by The Jim Moran Foundation and Jim and Jan Moran. Qualified applicants must be actively involved in running a business, be a key decision-maker and their company must have been established for at least three years with five or more employees (or volunteers if the company is a nonprofit).

The SBEP will be offered in both Broward and Palm Beach counties while the NPEP will be offered in Palm Beach County. The programs run July through November and consist of nine sessions that focus on a particular aspect of growing a business or nonprofit. They are held every other week from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

These executive programs are ideal for CEOs, entrepreneurs, business owners, presidents and executive directors of small businesses and nonprofit organizations. Graduates emerge with the skills and training needed to capitalize on business opportunities, implement best practice management and turn challenges into strategic advantage. Past participants have represented a variety of industries, including construction, technology, healthcare, fashion and law.

“We are eager to offer business leaders who want to take their businesses to the next level the tools, advice and guidance they need from those who have been in their place before,” said Jennifer Kovach, director of the Jim Moran Institute’s South Florida Operations. “It is our goal to provide entrepreneurs and nonprofit professionals with essential knowledge to empower them for personal and professional growth.”

To learn more or to apply for the executive programs, visit and click on “Programs.” For more information about the Jim Moran Institute’s South Florida Operations, contact, call 954-546-2735 or visit

About the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship
The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship cultivates, trains and inspires entrepreneurial leaders through world-class executive education, applied training, public recognition and leading-edge research.

Jim Moran was an automotive pioneer and an entrepreneur at heart, who at the age of seven, sold soda pop at sandlot baseball diamonds in Chicago. With a career that spanned more than six decades, he built an amazing chronicle of achievements in the automobile industry.

His vision for Jim Moran Institute was to provide opportunities that would help others become more successful business owners. A 1995 contribution from Jim and Jan Moran and JM Family Enterprises established the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship at the Florida State University College of Business. Since 2011, further enhancements to the Jim Moran Institute and its outreach have been made possible by Jan Moran and The Jim Moran Foundation.

For more information, visit

About the South Florida Operations

The Jim Moran Institute’s South Florida Operations office serves entrepreneurs, business owners and nonprofit leaders in the South Florida community through multiple programs designed to take advantage of local resources. Providing executive education and leveraging the resources of Jim Moran Institute, South Florida Operations helps its clients’ businesses – and the region’s economy – grow and prosper.

Based in Fort Lauderdale, South Florida Operations services are for for-profit and nonprofit businesses and are geared toward CEOs, entrepreneurs, business owners and presidents whose companies have been established for at least three years have five or more employees. Services are provided for little to no cost.

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