Every day government and corporations are buying products and services to maintain their operations. This is comprised to cover a variety of industry’s like screenprinted specialty items to catering special events. It can be demolishing properties or fixing/adding curbs. From mowing large lots to providing temp services for-profit,,, industry-driven business opportunities are available for those looking to make extra money or generate a primary income.
In order to prepare to ‘talk shop’ with companies and government, you will need to have a clear idea of what you have to offer, can you deliver, and will it be profitable for you to do so; considering what your alternatives are? This document is your business plan to success. Whether starting a new business or buying an existing one, any entrepreneur must fully understand if investing hard earned money and time will bring the the financial reward that being in business is all about. If you have been thinking about owning your own business, then this course is for you.
First Step FastTrac Business Training Course
*An introduction to this microenterprise course will be August 30 at 6 p.m. at the Topeka/Shawnee County library.
*All of the classes will be on Thursday nights at the Topeka/Shawnee County library.
*One Saturday Class on September 22. (required)
*Interested persons need to call the Topeka Chamber of Commerce to register or for more information. (785) 231-6000
*There is a $50.00 fee to participate in this course.
*Program graduates are eligible for additional business development services and kept informed about other community resources and networking opportunities.
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