WBCC – Virtual Business Resources – Clt. Meck Library

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Virtual Business Resources – Clt. Meck Library

The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library has resources to help you start and grow your business. ReferenceUSA, an online directory of millions of United States companies, can be used to find out who your competitors are, get valuable information for deciding on a business location, find customers if you are selling B2B, and more. If you have a profile of the person you would sell your product or service to, then using SimplyAnalytics, will give you statistics and demographic information. Your taxes have allowed the Library to provide these valuable resources for no additional cost, attend this hands-on workshop to learn how to use them to succeed in your business.

Speaker(s): Mimi Curlee

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WBCC – Small Business Development / Mecklenburg County Resources

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: WBCC – Small Business Development / Mecklenburg County Resources

Confused about how to read, understand or create financials for your business. This workshop is designed to help start-ups and established entrepreneurs examine the feasibility of their small business idea in the current market. The discussion centers on business plan development, entity formation, managing risk, creating your financial projections, understanding the three (3) major financial documents, funding opportunities, finances and tax preparation.

Speaker(s):  Sonya Miller-Ray  / Mark Stewart

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Small Business Development / Startup Budget and Financial Projection

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Small Business Development / Startup Budget and Financial Projection

Are you an entrpreneur thinking of starting a business or are you already in business and not sure if you have completed all the necessary steps to be an established entity or successful business? This workshop is designed to help entrepreneurs with start-ups and established businesses to examine the feasibility of their small business idea in the current market, examine entrepreneur readiness, business plan development, entity formation, managing risk, and various ways to fund or bootstrap the business.

Creating financial projections is an important part of your startup’s business plan. If you’re seeking financing, financial projections help convince prospective lenders and investors that your business will be profitable by offering them a good return on their investment. If you’re not seeking financing, you may think you don’t need financial projections and can just “wing it.” Big mistake!!! Financial projections are vital because they enable you to plan and budget for your new business and serve as a yardstick. In this session we will review Sales Forecast and Expense Budget to make up your financial statements: Income Statement and Balance Sheet.

Speaker(s): Sonya Miller-Ray  / Carolina Aponte

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Small Business Development / Women in Finances

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Small Business Development / Women in Finances

Confused about how to read, understand or create financials for your business. This workshop is designed to help start-ups and established entrepreneurs examine the feasibility of their small business idea in the current market. The discussion centers on business plan development, entity formation, managing risk, creating your financial projections, understanding the three (3) major financial documents, funding opportunities, finances and tax preparation.

Speaker(s): Sonya Miller-Ray  / Sherise Jones

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Small Business Development / Business Resources

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Small Business Development / Business Resources

A workshop to help start-ups and established entrepreneurs examine the feasibility of their small business idea in the current market. The discussion centers on steps to devise a business plan, entity formation, managing risk, and your regional small business resources.

Speaker(s): Sonya Miller-Ray /  Mark Stewart  /  Jamila Davis  /  Fred Atiemo

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Maintaining Positive Mental Health While In Business

Presented by: The Women’s Business Center of NC
Topic: Managing a Business

Mental health can have a direct impact on other life areas, including educational attainment, sustainable employment, independent living, friendships, physical health and many other areas. Adopting good mental health management practices is a critical first step in building the foundation for overall wellness in business.

Speaker(s): RN Awanya Caesar

NO COST

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