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2010 “Fundamentals of Small Business” by SCORE Lancaster

February 5, 2010

Sign up now for SCORE’s basic entrepreneur workshop called “Fundamentals of Small Business”

The 2010 series is being offered beginning on Saturday February 27, 2010.

This entry level workshop will address basic steps critical to starting and managing a business.

For a person planning to start a new business for the first time, 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?

Anyone who is newly considering starting or buying a business. 

What you will learn:

·Ten essential factors that determine success of a business
· Starting a business (naming and registering the business)
· Legal structures (sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability companies, S-Corporations, etc.)
· Marketing products or services, including positioning the product or service, defining target customer wants and needs, and evaluating competition
· The essential parts of a business plan
· How to interpret Cash Flow, Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss statements
· Funding alternatives
· What you need to know to start a business, and where to find answers

For more information and to sign up now use this registration link:

 Score Fundamentals of Small Business

Other available dates:

  • March 24
  • April 10
  • May 1
  • May 19
  • June 23
  • July 14
  • August 21
  • September 15
  • October 23
  • November 10
  • December 11,2010
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