Entrepreneur training Programs

Every OCEAN program aspires to do three things in the life of an entrepreneur:

Equip early-stage and aspiring entrepreneurs with the business skills needed to launch.

Anchor entrepreneurs in Biblical principles for life and business.

Connect with a community of peers and mentors for encouragement and accountability.

In addition to our local community events, our training programs make up the core of our focus at OCEAN. Check out our main Entrepreneurship training programs below and click to learn more about them.

Genesis Entrepreneurship
Training (GET)

A digital program focused on early-stage entrepreneurs. Genesis delivers simple and practical tools to evaluate business concepts, craft a business model, and build a plan for launch. OCEAN’s unique approach weaves Biblical principles throughout the program that focus on the preservation of identity, and healthy founder practices.

Let us help you Start, Grow, & Strategize to lead the business you love.

High Tech Accelerator

Since the launch in 2014, this 16-week flagship accelerator has helped founders launch and impact the national technology economy. Based in Cincinnati and operating from January through April each year, the accelerator is an application based program designed for venture-backable, high-tech startups. The content consists of retreats, workshops, and intense mentoring that integrate high-tech start-up commercial content with a deep examination of purpose and practice as outlined in the Bible. There have been 6 classes of OCEAN Accelerator with a portfolio of 54 total alumni companies.

Church Economics
& Entrepreneurship (CEE)

The CEE program addresses a looming reality that in order for churches to not only survive but thrive in the future, leaders must learn to leverage assets, bless the community, empower entrepreneurs, and create multiple streams of income to effectively fund the mission. This four track hybrid learning program equips church leaders to lead well into the current and future realities of the local church.

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