Business Model Canvas  / Wage and Hour Matters PM Session)

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Business Model Canvas  / Wage and Hour Matters (PM Session)

If you’re just starting or a seasoned business, this workshop is for you. Groopwork will explain how o figure out your customer, find your customer, reach your customer, provide value to your customer, discover your cost structure, determine your revenue structure, and design your client acquisition process. Also, NCDOL will provide insight on Wage and Hour Terms; Minimum Wage and Overtime requirements; Youth Employment; Record Keeping Requirements; Wage Deductions; Exemptions.

Speaker(s): Adrian Marable (Groopwork)  & Lori Burns (NCDOL)

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Business Model Canvas / Wage and Hour Matters (AM Session)

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Business Model Canvas  / Wage and Hour Matters (AM Session)

If you’re just starting or a seasoned business, this workshop is for you. Groopwork will explain how o figure out your customer, find your customer, reach your customer, provide value to your customer, discover your cost structure, determine your revenue structure, and design your client acquisition process. Also, NCDOL will provide insight on Wage and Hour Terms; Minimum Wage and Overtime requirements; Youth Employment; Record Keeping Requirements; Wage Deductions; Exemptions.

Speaker(s): Adrian Marable (Groopwork)  & Lori Burns (NCDOL)

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Business Resources

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Business Resources

Already have a business  or thinking about starting one – These sessions are designed to provide current and new business owners with the resources necessary for positioning business owners for success. Learn the who, the what, and the how of getting your business off the ground, what it takes to sustain it, and what resources are available for growing it.

This session will be held face-to-face or you can attend via webinar.

Speaker(s): Natalie Williams

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Certification: Which One is Right For Your Business?

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Certification: Which One is Right For Your Business?

Are you confused by all of the CERTIFICATION acronyms (DBE, MBE, SBE, WOSB, HUB). This session is designed to help small business owners understand the importance of minority, women and small business certification. Participants will learn which certification is right for their business and how to leverage it.

Speaker(s): Natalie Williams

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Technology Tools: MS Office Templates for Your Business

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Technology Tools: MS Office Templates for Your Business

Struggling with creating documents, spreadsheet, or presentations for your business? Well, there is a solution for you Microsoft Office templates. Utilizing templates give you the structure for your document and are easy to customize for your business. This session will expose you to templates that you can incorporate into your business practices and how to create your own business template to standardize your operations.

Speaker(s): Linda Hughes

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Legal: Common Business Laws

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Legal: Common Business Laws

At this event, you will learn from attorney Danielle Nodar the steps you should take when forming a business, all the way through the hiring of staff, to first ensure first that your personal assets are protected, and then to make sure that your business assets are protected as your business grows and flourishes.  Danielle will discuss the differences between an LLC and a corporation, differences between an independent contractor and an employee, types of contracts every business owner needs, and types of intellectual property protection such as trademarks and copyrights.

Speaker(s): Danielle Nodar

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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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HR Management: How to Hire

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: HR Management: How to Hire

Are you a new business, interested in HIRING your first employee or an existing business that needs to bringing aboard several more? Today’s increasingly complex business environment business owners need to be abreast of the principles of human resource management. In addition understand basic EOC requirements and conceptual framework for employees. Small business owner(s) will learn practices and techniques for evaluating performance, structuring teams, risk management, and cross training employees in related duties.

Speaker(s): LaSonya Berry

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