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Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
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Free business counseling is available to small and emerging businesses at NECC Riverwalk during the day, in both English and Spanish. This is through a partnership with the MA Small Business Development Center’s Northeast Regional Office headquartered at Salem State University. Contact Dianne Lahaye at 978-659-1222 to arrange counseling appointments; for info on general SBA, state or MSBDC services, call 978-542-6343 or go to www.salemstate.edu/sbdc .
In Partnership with the Salem State University SBDC
Workshops on starting or expanding your business are also offered in partnership with the SBDC which provide a general overview of topics and are free of charge (unless noted otherwise). Pre-registration is required; call the Registrar’s Office at 978-556-3700. Seating is limited!
Proven onnline strategies can help you launch your company’s web presence, e-mail newsletter or blog, and help you sell goods or services online. Track your marketing and sales progress through web analytics, learn natural and paid search engine marketing, using keywords, shopping carts, web graphics and building your e-mail list to reach your target market. Speaker: Carol Sanger, Founder, The Web Division
Dates/Time: Th, 6 – 8pm, one eve, 2/6
CRN: 298 Course Number: ESBD1054 Section: RWA
We live in a real-time on-demand world! You need to know your company’s financial performance is as close to real time as you can get too. You cannot wait for your accountant or bookkeeper to close the books every month. There are 4-6 metrics that can help companies track how business for the month is shaping up. Do you know what yours are? The “4 Charts” program helps entrepreneurs find the 4-6 key metrics to monitor on a weekly or monthly basis. Speaker: Hugh Glazer, Business Advisor, The Winter View Group
Dates/Time: Th, 6 – 8pm, one eve, 3/6
CRN: 299 Course Number: ESBD1129 Section:RWA
Learn from a banker and consultant how a lender looks at your loan request. Credit quality, cash flow and collateral are key. This presentation will focus on preparing your existing business or startup venture for financing. Sources of capital, including SBA guaranteed bank loans, will be discussed. Speaker: Paul J. Shaughnessy, owner, Lincoln Consulting Group, Inc.
Dates/Time: Th, 6 – 8pm, one eve, 4/3
CRN: 300 Course Number: ESBD1053 Section: RWA
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