Workshop offers business adviceMarch 13,2014The Vermont Small Business Development Center is sponsoring a “Starting Your Own Small Business” workshop from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 25 at the Rutland Economic Development Corp. office on Quality Lane.
The three-hour session will help future business owners determine the next steps toward starting and financing a new venture. The workshop offers an overview of business planning, including where to find market information, how to tackle projections and writing a business plan.
The $99 registration fee includes a business planning workbook and access to five online workshops to help the prospective business owner get started.
Registration can be done online at www.vtsbdc.org. For more information, call VtSBDC at 773-9147,MORE IN This Just In
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