Welcome to the Equine Business Association
The Equine Business Association exists to help horse businesses to achieve more – whatever that means to you. Maybe you want a business that sells across the globe. Perhaps you want to work fewer hours and spend more time with your horses? Some of you might be thinking about dipping your toe into entrepreneurship or perhaps you’re climbing the corporate ladder.
Regardless of where you are in your business journey, we’re here to help through 3 main ways:
- Training – online training delivering bite sized, up to date and practical education in what you need to make a success of business in 2017
- Support – the nature of many horse businesses and the unusual hours means it can be a long lonely journey in business. Surround yourself with others walking the same path and learn from those who are a few steps ahead.
- Exclusive offers – savings on products & services that you’ll want to use daily in your business
Become a member and get INSTANT access to all of this plus admittance to our webinars and training materials.
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