The Solopreneur Group is for business owners (CEO’s) who have been in business less than three years with revenues less than $250,000.

CEO Groups are made up of 8 to 10 non-competing business owners/CEOs and a professional facilitator. In the case of the Non-Profit Group, Executive Directors and a professional facilitator compose the Group. All Groups meets once a month at the Enterprise Center for three hours over the course of a year. At the first meeting the Group Members decide when they will meet, typically choosing a breakfast meeting that runs from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The professional facilitator manages the conversation and ensures that everyone gets the opportunity to put their concerns on the table and contribute to the discussion. These meetings are private, confidential and enormously beneficial. These meetings help you solve problems and take action to manage and overcome your ongoing business issues.


Per Year

More pricing details coming soon.

Group Applications

You can fill out our application online, or download a copy of the form and send back. Downloaded forms can be sent to Noreen Hazelton, Assistant Director at / 978-542-7576

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Meet our Solopreneur Facilitator

Susan K. Moulton

Susan has spent most of her career in key economic development positions for the Commonwealth including Undersecretary of Economic Development, Executive Director of Bay State Skills Corporation (a state-funded quasi-public training corporation) and Director of the Regional Fund, John Adams Innovation Institute at the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative. Susan has also managed business training programs at three Universities and was the first Director of Education for the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council.

As an independent consultant, Susan has worked with a range of high growth business sectors including medical devices, biotech, IT and advanced manufacturing. She has been a trusted advisor and consultant to the Enterprise Center for many years. Susan received her BA from Wheaton College and is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Advanced Program for State Managers.