Workshops & Events

Often the best way to educate yourself to successfully start, manage, and grow your business is to take advantage of the many workshops and training programs available to small business owners in several formats. By attending these workshops, you will learn not only from the presenters, but also from the other attendees who are going through the same process.

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Aug

24

Thu

Business Development in Federal Contracting

This workshop is designed for small service firms that have little or no Federal business, but want to obtain Federal business or grow their existing Federal business over the next several years. The presentation will focus on: General comments about Federal business development activities How to identify offices within Federal agencies interested in your services What to do to get meetings with Federal staff and then what to do in those meetings to get maximum value   We will also discuss… Find out more »

Sep

19

Tue

Small Business Roundtable: Connecting With Your Customers, Especially at the Holidays

The Small Business Roundtable is an opportunity to meet with other small business owners in a facilitated discussion format. No pre-registration is required. Feel free to bring your lunch or a beverage. Find out more »
Free

Sep

21

Thu

Holiday Planning – Let the Festivities Begin!

Popular presenter DP Miller will present basic lighting and decorating strategies around your merchandising plans for your store windows and retail displays. Come and learn some new tricks and tips from the expert and have your most successful holiday season ever! Find out more »
Free

Sep

26

Tue

Employee Handbooks: From Legal Risk to Useful!

When do I need an employee handbook? What should I put in my employee handbook? Can I get a free handbook online? These are common questions during HR Consults, and too often followed by an admission that what the client currently has was taken from a past employer. Employee handbooks can be very smart additions to your management practices and growth plans. They support or negate your culture. Worse, they can add significantly to legal risks you may face in paying employees, hiring,… Find out more »
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