Burlington County is hosting a Tiny Enterprise Workshop series to assist new firms get off the ground and other individuals to develop and flourish.
The Burlington County Commissioners and Burlington County Bridge Commission’s Division of Financial Improvement and Regional Preparing will hold the 1st two workshops in the series on Thursday, March 30 and Thursday, April 20 at the Burlington County Library, five Pioneer Boulevard in Westampton.
A Tiny Enterprise Resource Fair will also be held on Thursday, Might four at Rowan College at Burlington County in Mount Laurel.
“Burlington County is a location exactly where residents want to reside and exactly where firms want to be situated and develop,” stated Burlington County Commissioner Felicia Hopson, the liaison to Financial Improvement. “Providing this form of specialist help is one particular way we can assist current firms and new ones discover good results. Maintaining our business enterprise neighborhood powerful is a priority.”
Burlington County Bridge Commission Chair Matt Riggins stated the rewards extend beyond income and losses.
“Small firms give far more than just goods and solutions they make jobs and grow to be deeply rooted in the communities they serve,” Riggins stated. “When our smaller firms succeed, we all advantage. That is why financial improvement initiatives like these are so critical.”
The 1st workshop, titled “Basics of Financing Your Business”, will be held Thursday, March 30 from ten:30 a.m. to noon at the Burlington County Library, five Pioneer Boulevard, Westampton. It will be focused on smaller business enterprise financing and sources, and calculating what firms may well qualify for, as effectively as possible roadblocks firms need to overcome.
The second workshop, titled “Writing a Enterprise Plan” will be held Thursday, April 20 from ten:30 a.m. to noon at the Burlington County Library. It will cover the rewards of establishing business enterprise plans, measures firms need to take, advertising and marketing, sales and preparing methods. It will also clarify how to create plans for distinct audiences, such as investors and banks.
UCEDC, a nonprofit financial improvement corporation that supplies instruction and other help to firms, will give instruction at each workshops.
The Tiny Enterprise Resource Fair will be held on Thursday, Might four from ten a.m. to noon, at Rowan College at Burlington County’s Student Results Center in Mount Laurel. Amongst the organizations that are anticipated to send representatives are the New Jersey Enterprise Action Center, New Jersey Division of Labor and Workforce Improvement, the Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce, the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey and the New Jersey SBDC.
All 3 events are becoming organized by the Burlington County Commissioners in partnership with the Burlington County Bridge Commission’s Division of Financial Improvement and Regional Preparing. All 3 events are no cost and open to present and future entrepreneurs.
For far more info or to register, make contact with the Division of Financial Improvement and Regional Preparing at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact (609) 265-5055.