How to Start (and Management Best Practices) for a Construction Contracting Business (NEW)
NEW! Part 1 of 3-part Construction Trade Series The first steps to take when turning your dream of owning a construction contracting business and before writing a business plan. Enhance business skills. * Choosing the right types business. * Strengthening self-confidence and initial introduction and presentation skills through in-class exercises. * Study important strategies to help every business earn more profits and the owners enhance their leadership and salesmanship skills. The Twelve Things You NEED TO KNOW BEFORE STARTING a small construction contracting business: 1. Getting started with six questions a business coach will ask 2. A Foundation to Last will include enhancing business skills 3. Goal setting: Personal Income, Business Revenues 4. Nature, Scope, Size now vs. Future 5. Being a LEGAL business 6. Dividing Time, Setting Priorities, Delegating 7. Compliance with local laws governing small and home-based business 8. Marketable Profit Centers 9. Can I do this alone? How to find employees. 10. Most dangerous threats and risks 11. Finding, Catching, Keeping Customers 12. Why you need a business plan?
Speaker(s): Steve Carver
PRE-REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED: Go to www.cfcc.edu/sbc then look for the red 'Register for (Free) Seminars’ tab and follow the directions to register. If you need assistance, please call 910-362-7216, or visit us in the ‘U’ Building at 502 N Front Street, Room 530, Wilmington, NC 28401.
Fee: No Cost
You MUST sign up for EACH seminar you plan to attend in this series