Entrepreneurs understand the effort necessary to create a business, but they may not be familiar with the many steps required to launch a business venture.
At this workshop, you will learn the basic information all small business owners should consider.
This workshop covers: Legal forms of business Name registration & taxes. Business licenses, permits, and regulations. The law related to contracts and purchase orders.
After this class, you will have a resource packet and tips to get you started Pros and cons for each business entity, a better understanding of what steps to take for small business success, a better understanding of contract law, and how to use contracts to further your business goals.
Tuition: FREE VIRTUAL WORKSHOP - Registration Required
Date: Friday, November 5, 2021
Time: 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Location: THIS IS A VIRTUAL WORKSHOP. Once you register for the event you will receive an email with details to access the webinar.
Contact: If you have any questions, please contact aW5mbyB8IGJpZ2F1c3RpbiAhIG9yZw== or call our offices at (512) 928-8010
How do I join the virtual workshop?
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