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Randolph Community College Small Business Center
CEIC Building
Asheboro

Phone: 336-862-7980
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The objective of the Small Business Center Network (SBCN) is to increase the success rate and the number of viable small businesses in North Carolina by providing high quality, readily accessible assistance to prospective and existing small business owners which will lead to job creation and retention. Our Small Business Center is here to assist you by offering one-on-one confidential business counseling plus workshops and seminars on a variety of business topics. We are a community-based provider of education and training, counseling, networking and referrals.  All of our services are free!  Let our Small Business Center help you develop a plan of action to turn your dreams into a reality!

For more information, please contact:

Web Grubb - 336-633-0240 cwgrubb@randolph.edu 

Lynn Richardson, Administrative Assistant - 336-862-7980 lrrichardson@randolph.edu


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Events

On Demand, available until December 31
If your business has plateaued, and you and your team are operating at maximum capacity, come learn how to break that cycle and structure your business for growth! In this powerful 2-hour seminar, you’ll learn time-tested principles of how to grow your buisness, including... The 6 steps to building a business that gets extraordinary results Ideal time management, and where you fall on the time target How to turn your marketing into an investment, not an expense How to get advantage in your business, to achieve more with less Steps to financial mastery, understanding the numbers that drive your business, and how you can directly impact the key profit-drivers Who should attend this seminar: Business owners or executives who are ready for the next level of growth. You've already achieved a level of success, but your business still relies on your direct involvement in order to grow, or even maintain your current level of success. ***Once registered for this seminar you will be taken to a MOODLE login page. Please select the option of "Log in as guest" to access the course content. If you have any technical difficulties while accessing this course please call 336-633-0240 or email cwgrubb@randolph.edu
Speaker: Dave Springett
On Demand, available until December 31
This virtual seminar allows you to dive into the world of marketing your small business from anywhere! Speaker Dave Springett brings decades of marketing experience to this seminars and lays out resources and systems to help you make more money through marketing your business. If you are thinking of starting a business, in the process of starting a business, or already own and operate a small business you are sure to walk away with tools that will make you money! This virtual seminar is FREE! Sign up today to learn more about marketing a business at your own pace from anywhere. ***Once registered for this seminar you will be taken to a MOODLE login page. Please select the option of "Log in as guest" to access the course content. If you have any technical difficulties while accessing this course please call 336-633-0240 or email cwgrubb@randolph.edu
Speaker: Dave Springett
Wednesday, January 10, 2018 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Room 102. Registration required. Starting a small business requires determination, motivation, planning and know-how. One of the safest ways to start a new business is to start out working from home. Not only will your overhead be low, it gives you an opportunity to try out your idea before plunging in. This seminar is designed to help you determine if you are ready to start your own business, and if so, learn just what it is going to take.
Speaker: Ed Ormsby

Financing

Tuesday, February 20, 2018 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Room 223. Registration required. You have decided that your idea is sound, but you need money to get started; or, you might need additional capital to finance growth. The business plan will tell you how much you need, and for what it will be used. This seminar is designed to show both prospective and existing small business owners how to determine how much they need, plus how and where they might get it. Ed Ormsby has been providing counseling and consulting services to small business owners for over twenty years. In addition to over five years as the Director of the Small Business Center at the two-campus Edgecombe Community College, Ed has over twenty years' experience consulting and counseling small business owners in marketing and management. He has held virtually every sales, marketing and executive management position with Fortune 500, mid-sized and small businesses throughout the Southeast. He has been a successful small business developer and owner for over twenty years. Ed's passion for helping others is apparent in the way he conducts his seminars as well as in his personal life. His presentation style is informal and engaging, encouraging participants to interact throughout. His participant evaluations are consistently “Excellent” and over 80% of participants return for additional seminars.
Speaker: Ed Ormsby

Managing a Business

Tuesday, December 05, 2017 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Room 117. Registration required. Insurance is one subject that can be very confusing and easy to neglect when starting a business. However, it is a subject that should be taken very seriously from the very beginning when owning and operating a business. The Small Business Center at Randolph Community College has worked with many insurance professionals to build a FREE seminar that will help business owners understand what coverage that you need and also what coverage you don’t need. This small business insurance seminar is an opportunity for entrepreneurs and potential entrepreneurs to learn more about how to cover their risk when owning and operating a small business. Instructor Adam Lemmert is a licensed insurance professional who works everyday with small business owners to reduce their liabilities and losses during difficult and unforeseen circumstances. A few of the topics that will be covered include Crime, Fire, Business/Personal Property, Utilities, and Natural Disaster Coverage but Adam is also willing to help answer questions you have that are specific to your small business needs. Join us for this FREE and informative small business insurance seminar that could wind up saving you more money than anything else you do this year!
Speaker: Adam Lemmert
Tuesday, December 12, 2017 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Room 223. Registration required. Being an Entrepreneur and Business Owner demand very different skills then being an Employee. This class teaches you the core skills required to navigate and be successful in your own business, based on more than 15 years of business coaching by Martin Brossman and more than 20 years of entrepreneurship by Dan Scala. Learn the key mistake to make that can lose you time and money. You will understand how to effectively manage: time, money, priorities and customers to maximize results. This is useful for both the person about to start a business and one that has been in business long enough to say “I wish they had told me how…”.
Speaker: Martin Brossman
Tuesday, January 09, 2018 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
JB & Claire Davis Training Center. Registration required. The Small Business Center and Randolph Arts Guild are teaming up to provide the Business of Arts Series in 2018. Juried shows allow artist and craftsmen to sell their products in a professional setting but often they scare away new or emerging artist because they aren't familiar with the process. This can be an advantage for your business! Grace McFetters will join us as the speaker and will guide attendees through the process of applying to a juried art show and using them to grow their small business. Arts shows and festivals are one of the main sources of revenue for artist and this seminar will take you through the process of applying, setting up, working, and following up for a juried art show. Join us to understand more about these business opportunities and how to grow your small art business.
Speaker: Web Grubb, Grace McFetters
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Location

413 Industrial Park Avenue, Asheboro, NC 27205, USA
We are located at the front of the CEIC building in room 202.  Just go to the front entrance and ask for the SBC.
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