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How to Write A Business Plan

Sat 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

The Twelfth Annual Entrepreneur Academy (FREE) (A certificate will be awarded) After eleven successful years, the Small Business Center once again offers the Annual Entrepreneurship Academy. Many entrepreneurs want to start a business right away because the idea of being their own boss is a passion that must be released as soon as possible; however, before money is invested or borrowed, there are several business essentials that new business owners need to understand. The Entrepreneur Academy was created to give you this basic information in just seven short seminars. Information presented during this series includes: • How to fairly evaluate your business idea • How to locate sources of funding • How to start and how to grow your business • How to properly license your business and select the proper legal structure • How to keep proper records and pay the correct taxes • How to develop a customer service plan for your business You may attend as few or as many seminars as you like; however, to receive a certificate issued by the Small Business Center, you must attend at least six of the seven seminars listed below. Each Academy for the past eleven years has produced multiple new business ventures! Make plans now to attend this exciting and informative series. All workshops will be held at Robeson Community College in the Workforce Development Center. These presentations are open to the public and provided FREE of charge. Please register for each seminar you would like to attend by following the instructions on page 19. If you do not have internet access, call 910-272-3631. Walk-ins are welcome as space allows. The presenters for this series will be Dennis Watts, Tim Dannelly, and Todd Lyden. SA 9:00 am-12:00 am 01/27/18 “How to Write a Business Plan” Who Should Attend? Inspiring entrepreneurs, existing business owners, managers of all levels, supervisors, and team leaders who own and/or manage a non-profit, for-profit, private or public organization or company. Certificate Requirements: Participants must attend at least six of the seven seminars and you must attend the entire seminar. LATE ATTENDEES OR ATTENDEES LEAVING EARLY WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR CERTIFICATION. The certification will be issued by the Small Business Center. Non-Certificate Attendance: Any person, employee or volunteer is welcome to attend any individual seminar(s); however, for certification, the above requirements must be met.

Speaker(s): Dennis Watts

Fee: No Cost

Phone: 910-272-3631


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