Grants in Plain Sight

Apr 4th, 2020 to Apr 4th, 2020
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This workshop will explore the many sources of grants and the components go into a proposal. Additionally, strategies for how to manage a grant once it has been awarded. Understand the grant terminology How to research Grants Completing mock proposals Know how Grants are scored Learn the importance of partnership before writing a grant Learn what grant reviewers look for in scoring the many proposals If you represent an organization with a 501c3 status for over two years or more and have developed a partnership with like community groups, local governments, churches, etc., this workshop is for you.

Our New World Conference: Create Your Destiny, Achieve Your Dream

Apr 4th, 2020 to Apr 4th, 2020
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WEDC and Putnam Score invite you to the Third Annual Women's Conference. Join us on Saturday, April 4th for breakfast, lunch, great workshops, social media panel and networking opportunities!

The First Step: How to Start and Finance Your Business: Clarion

Apr 4th, 2020 to Apr 4th, 2020
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This monthly seminar provides an overview on the steps to start a business along with an in-depth look at a business plan. Topics include business registrations, licenses, business structures, taxation, research tools and what to expect in financing your business. Attendees will learn: Differences between business organization structures The registrations and licenses needed to start a business How to assess the feasibility of their business idea How to develop a business plan How to market their product or service How to obtain financing for a business

Entrée-preneurship Class Spring 2020

Apr 4th, 2020 to Apr 4th, 2020
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Want to get into the food industry? These classes will teach you how to start with confidence and knowledge! This interactive 8 class series will be taught by local industry-leading professionals. This series is designed for entry-level entrepreneurs interested in starting a business in the food industry and need assistance on how to design, start, and/or grow their food service business. Topics include: *Food Safety; *Purchasing & Managing Food Cost, Managing & Tracking Inventory; *Building your Business Plan; * Business Model Canvas + More Opportunities; *Management Training & Development & Kitchen Setup; and *Entrée-preneurship Graduation & Potluck. NOTE: this event is held weekly except for 03/14/2020. See registration link for details.

SCORE Orlando: Introduction to Social Media Marketing

Apr 4th, 2020 to Apr 4th, 2020
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This Social Media “Boot Camp” provides a high-level understanding of how to begin marketing your business using social media. You will walk away with a social media “toolkit” that will give tips and best practices for choosing the right social platform for your business type, what type of posts and best time to post for your customers and more.

SCORE Orlando: You, Your Business Idea, How SCORE Can Help!

Apr 4th, 2020 to Apr 4th, 2020
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For people who have limited knowledge about managing or starting a new business and/or are not familiar with SCORE’s services. It is designed to explain the challenges and risks that an entrepreneur will face. It covers reasons why so many businesses fail as well as the keys to succeeding. You will learn what makes an idea a good business idea.

Business Start-Up Workshop

Apr 6th, 2020 to Apr 7th, 2020
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If you are a New Jersey entrepreneur who is planning to start or has recently started a small business, this course is for you! Become more knowledgeable about the different types of business entities available along with their legal/tax implications. Learn how to register a business, examine setting up bookkeeping records, taxation, and understanding financial statements, money needs, payroll, insurance, and licensing. Do you have pressing start-up questions? Get answers at this workshop, register today!

First Steps to Starting a Business

Apr 6th, 2020 to Apr 6th, 2020
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This Seminar will provide the basics of self-evaluation, the idea, defining the need, determining the feasibility, and what actions are necessary. Topics within these areas will include analytical methods; research sources; the legal forms of businesses; record keeping; laws, regulations, and policies; and a discussion on the value and importance of business plans and financial analysis.

Business Builder Workshop-Lexington

Apr 6th, 2020 to Apr 6th, 2020
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This 4-week course, one day each week, teaches the foundation of what is needed to start and/or operate a successful business. Topics include: permits and licenses, registering your business with the state, marketing, human resources management, financial reporting and business operations. Preregistration is required. Class enrollment is limited to the first 15 registrants who pre-pay.

Business Builder Workshop-Lexington [recurring]

Apr 6th, 2020 to Apr 6th, 2020
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This 4-week course, one day each week, teaches the foundation of what is needed to start and/or operate a successful business. Topics include: permits and licenses, registering your business with the state, marketing, human resources management, financial reporting and business operations. Preregistration is required. Class enrollment is limited to the first 15 registrants who pre-pay.