Power Up: Create Your Business, Financials, and Marketing Plan - May 2017

Date: 
Wednesday, May 3rd 2017 - Wednesday, May 17th 2017

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Prospera Business Network, MT Women's Business Center, Small Business Development Center, and MT Manufacturing Extension Center presents

 Power Up: Create Your Business, Financial, and Marketing Plan -- REGISTRATION IS FULL AND IS CLOSED FOR THIS CLASS

This course consists of three classes (May 3rd, 10th, 17th). Class meets every Wednesday for three weeks, starting May 3, 2017.

Class is 5:30PM-8:30PM

Class will be held at:
Montana Manufacturing Extension Center (MMEC)
2310 University Way Building 2
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717

Registration: $150 for Prospera Members, $175 non members. This registration amount covers all three class days. $75 for a second attendee (business partner) 

This course has specifically been designed for individuals who are brand new to business, wanting to start a business, and new business owners or individuals looking to start a second business.

What you will learn:

- Clarity and fresh perspective about starting a new business

- Solid first draft of your Business Plan

- In-depth understanding of your industry and competition

- Documented sales projections and marketing strategy based on industry research & geography

- Projected cash flow for one year

- Shared experience with other local entrepreneurs and subject matter experts

- Valuable resources and processes that support your business planning journey

Please bring a laptop with you to this class (if you do not have access to one, please send a message to cpowell [at] prosperabusinessnetwork [dot] org or call 406-587-3113)
 If you are unfamiliar with or would like more practice with these universal computer programs, we recommend taking the following online classes prior to or during the Power Up class:

a. Introduction to Microsoft Excel

b. Introduction to Microsoft Word

*Due to high demand for business counseling services, the MWBC requires individuals looking into starting a brand new business or business owners who have been "in business" less than six months, to complete this course prior to scheduling a one-on-one counseling appointment.


Charitable Support from: 
First Security Bank Foundation


 

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 The Montana Women’s Business Center is a program of Prospera Business Network and is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.