2009 Workshops 2
“Fundamentals of Small Business”
This workshop focuses on basic processes critical to starting and managing a business. For a start-up business, reviewing these processes is a reality check – a no-nonsense look at the requirements and challenges of starting a business. “Small Business Fundamentals” is a valuable learning experience for new business entrepreneurs.
Who should attend?
People considering starting or buying a business. The workshop could also be of interest to small business owners who want to learn how to evaluate business ideas.
What you will learn:
Ten essential factors that determine the success of business ideas
Starting your business (naming and registering your business)
Organizational options (sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC, S Corp, etc.)
Marketing your product or service, including positioning your product or service, defining your target customer’s wants and needs, and evaluating your competition
The fundamentals of a business plan
Interpreting Cash Flow, Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss statements
What you need to know to start a business, and where to find answers
January 21, 2009