New Enterprise University location, fall course line-up


Enterprise Bank & Trust announces its fall 2015 Enterprise University course schedule and new course location. This fall’s EU courses will be held at the Arizona Small Business Association, engaging even more business community members.

EU provides free educational seminars on a variety of pertinent topics for business owners and Valley professionals and encourages them to think strategically and collaboratively, according to a press release.

“Enterprise University gives us a platform to connect with Phoenix business owners and leaders by providing them with access to resources that are beneficial to the growth of their business,” stated Enterprise Bank and Trust Arizona Region President and CEO, Jack Barry. “We are excited about the possibilities ahead of us as we offer our classes for the first time at ASBA and are thrilled for another successful EU semester.”

The fall 2015 Enterprise University Program includes:

  • Sales Management – Thursday, Sept. 24
    • 7:45-8:15 a.m. networking
    • 8:15-9:45 a.m. workshop (Instructor: Brad Ferguson, CEO, Best Sales Force, Inc.)
  • What Banks Look For – Wednesday, Oct. 21
    • 7:45-8:15 a.m. networking
    • 8:15-9:45 a.m. workshop (Instructors: Jack Barry, President/CEO, Arizona Region, Enterprise Bank and Trust; Steve Marsh, chairman and chief credit officer, Enterprise Bank and Trust)
  • Why the Economy Has Been Stuck in Low Gear for Years – Thursday, Nov. 19
    • 7:45-8:15 a.m. networking
    • 8:15-9:45 a.m. workshop (Instructor: Dr. Stephen Happel, professor emeritus of economics, Arizona State University W.P. Carey School of Business)

All courses will be held at the Arizona Small Business Association located at, 4600 E. Washington St., Suite 341, in Phoenix. Classes are free, but registration is required, the release stated.

For additional information and to register, please visit, if you have additional questions, contact Kay Erb at 800-396-8141 ext. 13203.

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