Saturday, July 6, 2013
Starting or expanding your business is one of the key presentations to be at the July 12 Entrepreneur Development Seminar by SCORE in Summerville at the Library at 76 Old Trolley Road from 9:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The seminar is FREE and explores a total of 9 business subjects from local presenters coordinated by SCORE Counselor Reeve Conover.
The interesting presentations will include; legal requirements for a business, developing a business plan, improving cash flow and accounting, successful loan applications, improving time management, enhanced use of the computer, Internet marketing/social media, power sales & marketing tools, and positive points for business ethics. Participants will appreciate the scope and presentation styles of presenters.
The 7 hour seminar is FREE. Register at SCORE 285.org – seating is limited to 20 attendees who sign up on-line.
Speakers for the seminar include, Pat Watts - local attorney focusing on real estate, business and estate planning and probate for almost 40 years.
Jacquelyn Dickerson-Ideozu - Community and Economic Development Specialist for the BCD Council of Governments, where she is responsible for a number of grant programs.
Brian Anderson - has extensive insight into technology areas, including web sites, social media, and mobile devices.
Reeve Conover - has 25 years’ experience as a business owner and in helping new business start and grow. He is experienced in time management, operations, and human resources
Jim Friar - former Economic Development Director and is an adjunct professor at Webster Graduate University instructing marketing, advertising, public relations, and management.
Hank Cardarelli - 44 years of experience in finance, operations & business planning for several major corporations. He is the incoming SCORE Chapter Chief.
SCORE is a nonprofit association founded in 1964 that is dedicated to entrepreneur education and the formation, growth, and success of small business locally, statewide, and nationally. SCORE is a resource partner with the U. S. Small Business Administration.
Since its formation, SCORE has helped more than 9 million new businesses start, grow, and protect their investments. SCORE mentors are active and retired business owners and executives, with extensive experience in a variety of business fields.
SCORE has been very successful in helping people who want to start a small business by giving them the planning tools to organize, finance, and manage a startup business by providing seminars and training programs. “SCORE works with persons already in business by providing assorted consulting services to help them expand the scope of their business and grow its sales and profits,” said Seminar Coordinator Reeve Conover.
The seminar will be held on July 12th at the Summerville Library at 76 Old Trolley Road starting at 9:45 am. Register now. The seminar is FREE. Participation is limited, please register early at SCORE285.org
For more information, contact SCORE Counselor Jim Friar at 509-9035.
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