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Workshop: How to Start and Manage a Small Business

Workshop cost: $55.00 per person 

Available Dates:
May 18, 2013
June 29, 2013
July 27, 2013

Comments by Recent Participants:

    "The program is top shelf all the way. Extremely professional."
    "The quality of information was more than expected. Great job."
    "Very informative, I loved it. Great information."

The workshop is designed to provide an overview of a number of topics that are essential to establishing a successful small business.

   

When:

The last Saturday of each month

Time:

8:30  -  4:15

Location:

The Center for Community Cooperation
2900 Live Oak Street
Dallas, TX 75204
Tel 214-821-0911
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Cost: 

$ 55 per person

Topics:

How to Develop a Business Plan
Marketing (Research/advertising/sales)
Pricing and Service
How to Structure your Business
How to Obtain Funds
Record keeping/Accounting and Financial Planning
Federal Taxes

Payment Options: 

Paypal, Mail a Check, or Pay at the Door

SCORE Chapter 22
Suite # 303, Meadows Building
5646 Milton Street
Dallas, Texas 75206-3907
Phone:  (214) 987-9491

If you would like to attend a workshop simply fill in the following form

Your place at the workshop is guaranteed when we have received your payment.

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