*WEBINAR - JANUARY 30, 2014
Subject: Financial Management for a Small Business
Date: January 30, 2014 | 9:00 am MST - 10:30 am MST
Address: This is a Online Event
Contact Name: Will Hardin
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fee: This is a free event.
Registration Required Website Email
The Financial Management for a Small Business module provides an overview of business financial management and is designed to help participants to understand how financial management can benefit their business.
*A Webinar is a web based seminar.
YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS & NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH!
Are you a young entrepreneur looking for advice or guidance as you start your own business? JANUARY 2014 is NATIONAL MENTORING MONTH and every year, this month highlights the positive role mentors have in helping shape the success of young people – from the classroom to the boardroom!
Do you need a mentor? Entrepreneurs and startups are more likely to succeed with the help of an effective mentor. Mwealth of knowledge, experience and insight that’s hard to find elsewhere. A mentor will have 1) An insiders perspective; 2) a skillset; and 3) an established network.
Where can you find a mentor? Two options for mentorship are 1) SCORE and 2) Small Business Development Centers (SBDC). SCORE is nonprofit network of retired business executives, leaders and volunteers who provide free and confidential counseling, mentoring and advice. It has more than 358 chapters with 13,000 + volunteers who share their expertise through in-person and online mentoring. The Small Business Development Centers are partnerships primarily between the government and colleges or universities that provide educational services to small business owners and entrepreneurs at any stage of the business process. They offer technical assistance through confidential one-on-one counseling, training seminars, assistance with SBA loans, business plan guidance and more. Contact SCORE @ www.score.org & SBDC @ http://sba.gov/tools/local-assistance/sbdc.
SMALL CLAIM COURT
Need to file in Small Claim Court but need help! The Consumer Affairs' advisors (California) can help you. Free help for Small Claims Court litigants is available to individuals and businesses suing or being sued in a LA County Small Claims Court. From serving your court papers to collecting your judgment and everything in between. Other state may have a similar advisory..check your state.
California residents, click http://www.courts.ca.gov/selfhelp-advisors.htm then click on your county to find your court's small claims advisor information. If you do not know your county, input your city or zip code in the Find Your Court box and you will get a link to your county's superior court.
LET'S DO BUSINESS - FINANCING A HOME-BASED BUSINESS
Although Federal agencies do not provide grants for starting a home-based business, there are low-interest loan programs that help individuals obtain financing-they include general small business loan, Microloan or equipment loan. Visit the Loans and Grants Search Tool to get a full list of grant, loan and venture capital programs for which you might qualify. Check out these two Small Business Admin websites:
CYBERSECURITY FOR SMALL BUSINESS
This self-paced training exercise provides an introduction to securing information in a small business environment.
Duration: 30 Minutes. http://www.sba.gov/tools/sba-learning-center/training/cybersecurity-small-businesses
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