Best Practices in Money Management Series

Topic: Managing a Business

Knowing where to start is often one of the most difficult parts of money management. Women’s Business Center of Richmond is hosting a multiple-part workshop series providing basic information on money management practices that are the building blocks to achieving short-term and long-term financial goals.

Sessions are every Wednesday from June 16 – July 28th

  • 6/16 – Tax Planning & Your Business Plan-Is it one and the same
  • 6/23 – Knowing Your Sales Price-It’s an accounting thing!
  • 6/30 – Where is the Money?- Your Business Financing
  • 7/7 – Business Practices and what is meant for your success!
  • 7/14 – Coaches, Professional Consultants & Cheerleaders-Which do you have?
  • 7/21 – Knowing Your Market & How to Brand Identify
  • 7/28 – Do you have an Exit Strategy and Retirement Plan

Have questions? Contact the Women’s Business Center of Richmond at wbcr-admin@theinstitutenc.org

Fee: No Cost

Click here to Register Online

Best Practices in Money Management Series

Topic: Managing a Business

Knowing where to start is often one of the most difficult parts of money management. Women’s Business Center of Richmond is hosting a multiple-part workshop series providing basic information on money management practices that are the building blocks to achieving short-term and long-term financial goals.

Sessions are every Wednesday from June 16 – July 28th

  • 6/16 – Tax Planning & Your Business Plan-Is it one and the same
  • 6/23 – Knowing Your Sales Price-It’s an accounting thing!
  • 6/30 – Where is the Money?- Your Business Financing
  • 7/7 – Business Practices and what is meant for your success!
  • 7/14 – Coaches, Professional Consultants & Cheerleaders-Which do you have?
  • 7/21 – Knowing Your Market & How to Brand Identify
  • 7/28 – Do you have an Exit Strategy and Retirement Plan

Have questions? Contact the Women’s Business Center of Richmond at wbcr-admin@theinstitutenc.org

Fee: No Cost

Click here to Register Online

Best Practices in Money Management Series

Topic: Managing a Business

Knowing where to start is often one of the most difficult parts of money management. Women’s Business Center of Richmond is hosting a multiple-part workshop series providing basic information on money management practices that are the building blocks to achieving short-term and long-term financial goals.

Sessions are every Wednesday from June 16 – July 28th

  • 6/16 – Tax Planning & Your Business Plan-Is it one and the same
  • 6/23 – Knowing Your Sales Price-It’s an accounting thing!
  • 6/30 – Where is the Money?- Your Business Financing
  • 7/7 – Business Practices and what is meant for your success!
  • 7/14 – Coaches, Professional Consultants & Cheerleaders-Which do you have?
  • 7/21 – Knowing Your Market & How to Brand Identify
  • 7/28 – Do you have an Exit Strategy and Retirement Plan

Have questions? Contact the Women’s Business Center of Richmond at wbcr-admin@theinstitutenc.org

Fee: No Cost

Click here to Register Online

Best Practices in Money Management Series

Topic: Managing a Business

Knowing where to start is often one of the most difficult parts of money management. Women’s Business Center of Richmond is hosting a multiple-part workshop series providing basic information on money management practices that are the building blocks to achieving short-term and long-term financial goals.

Sessions are every Wednesday from June 16 – July 28th

  • 6/16 – Tax Planning & Your Business Plan-Is it one and the same
  • 6/23 – Knowing Your Sales Price-It’s an accounting thing!
  • 6/30 – Where is the Money?- Your Business Financing
  • 7/7 – Business Practices and what is meant for your success!
  • 7/14 – Coaches, Professional Consultants & Cheerleaders-Which do you have?
  • 7/21 – Knowing Your Market & How to Brand Identify
  • 7/28 – Do you have an Exit Strategy and Retirement Plan

Have questions? Contact the Women’s Business Center of Richmond at wbcr-admin@theinstitutenc.org

Fee: No Cost

Click here to Register Online

Best Practices in Money Management Series

Topic: Managing a Business

Knowing where to start is often one of the most difficult parts of money management. Women’s Business Center of Richmond is hosting a multiple-part workshop series providing basic information on money management practices that are the building blocks to achieving short-term and long-term financial goals.

Sessions are every Wednesday from June 16 – July 28th

  • 6/16 – Tax Planning & Your Business Plan-Is it one and the same
  • 6/23 – Knowing Your Sales Price-It’s an accounting thing!
  • 6/30 – Where is the Money?- Your Business Financing
  • 7/7 – Business Practices and what is meant for your success!
  • 7/14 – Coaches, Professional Consultants & Cheerleaders-Which do you have?
  • 7/21 – Knowing Your Market & How to Brand Identify
  • 7/28 – Do you have an Exit Strategy and Retirement Plan

Have questions? Contact the Women’s Business Center of Richmond at wbcr-admin@theinstitutenc.org

Fee: No Cost

Click here to Register Online

Best Practices in Money Management Series

Topic: Managing a Business

Knowing where to start is often one of the most difficult parts of money management. Women’s Business Center of Richmond is hosting a multiple-part workshop series providing basic information on money management practices that are the building blocks to achieving short-term and long-term financial goals.

Sessions are every Wednesday from June 16 – July 28th

  • 6/16 – Tax Planning & Your Business Plan-Is it one and the same
  • 6/23 – Knowing Your Sales Price-It’s an accounting thing!
  • 6/30 – Where is the Money?- Your Business Financing
  • 7/7 – Business Practices and what is meant for your success!
  • 7/14 – Coaches, Professional Consultants & Cheerleaders-Which do you have?
  • 7/21 – Knowing Your Market & How to Brand Identify
  • 7/28 – Do you have an Exit Strategy and Retirement Plan

Have questions? Contact the Women’s Business Center of Richmond at wbcr-admin@theinstitutenc.org

Fee: No Cost

Click here to Register Online

Ready! Set! Go, Thrive! – The Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship [Session 2]

Have you been thinking about starting a business? Do you need guidance on the right steps to take?

Register for Ready! Set! Go!

This webinar series is for aspiring entrepreneurs and those who need to restart their business using a more formal process. Learn from a trained business development specialist from the SBA Richmond District office.

Use this time to get direct assistance and network with your peers.

Class Dates:

  • Monday April 12: Session 1 – Ready!
    Get basic understanding of how to get your business started.
  • Monday April 19: Session 2 – Set!
    Learn how to become and improve your credit worthiness.
  • Monday April 26: Session 3 – Go!
    Overview of local resources to help you with growing your business.

All classes are held at 4:30pm. Each registered participant will receive the classroom link via email. Participants are encouraged to attend all sessions. Questions? Contact WBC Richmond at wbcrichmond@outlook.com

Registered participants will receive Zoom classroom link in a separate email. Please contact our team directly if you have issues joining the virtual session.

Fee: No Cost

Click here to REGISTER

5 Key Steps to Starting and Designing Your Business

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: 5 Key Steps to Starting and Designing Your Business

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 business plan development, entity formation, managing risk, and various ways to fund or bootstrap the business.

Speaker: Natalie Williams

Click here to register.

 

Small Business Development / Understanding Your Business Legal Structure

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Small Business Development / Understanding Your Business Legal Structure

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 business plan development, entity formation, managing risk, and various ways to fund or bootstrap the business. Entrepreneurs will gain information on the types of business entities recognized in NC, legal matters that can come up when running your business, and provide guidance on what to expect with the unexpected.

Speaker(s): Sonya Miller-Ray  / Raeneice Taltoan

Click here to register.