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Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014
Small Business Academy (Session 2 of 11)
When: Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce.
213 Adams Street, Jefferson City MO map...
"Even if you are on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there" – Will Rogers.
Want to grow your business but not sure how to do it? Or, is your business growing so fast you can’t keep up with it?
If creating or managing growth is a challenge for you and your business, then the Jefferson City Small Business Academy is for you.
A partnership between the Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce and Extension’s Small Business Technology & Development Center (SBTDC), the Academy provides you the opportunity to work on your business rather than working in your business.
What is in it for you?
The academy focuses on growth and preparing for that growth through a structured curriculum that provides practical advice, real-world techniques, & opportunities for coaching and access to new resources.
The Small Business Academy uses a world-class curriculum developed by the Kauffman Foundation of Kansas City. The 32 hour curriculum is provided in easy to digest 10 3-hour events plus a 2-hour introductory session. You will be with fellow entrepreneurs facing the same challenges. The curriculum is a mix of lecture, exercises, guest speakers and networking. At the conclusion of the Academy you will have created a growth plan for your business. You will also have access to the full range of SBTDC services, which includes market research, business plan assistance, financial reviews, access to government contracting help to name a few.
Fee is for all 11 sessions.
Sizing Up Your Business is the first session. You will analyze your strengths, weaknesses, threats and opportunities as part of creating a three year vision. You will set some goals and be introduced to strategic tools to determine your path to success.
You must apply for acceptance to the Academy. For an application or more information contact the Jefferson City Chamber of Commerce at 573-634-3616 or the SBTDC in Cole County at 573-634-2824. You can also apply online. Applications are due by August 15, 2014
Take Control of Your Finances/Columbia (Session 9 of 12)
When: Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
1500 Vandiver Drive, Suite 115, Columbia MO map...
This workshop is directed to unemployed or underemployed individuals and its purpose is to provide information about filing for unemployment benefits, communicating with family, reviewing family financial resources, creating and reviewing a spending plan, bringing income and expenses into balance, reviewing outstanding debt and developing a debt reduction plan, communicating with creditors, avoiding financial predators and utilizing community resources.
This workshop is directed to unemployed or underemployed individuals and its purpose is to provide information about filing for unemployment benefits, communicating with family, reviewing financial resources, creating and reviewing a spending plan.