Developing A Micro Business Plan
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 6:30 PM - Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 8:30 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Are you an emerging entrepreneur, ready to launch your next great business idea? Do you want to grow or expand an existing business? If so, this is the class for you! Business Specialist, Marc Parham has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs to get their plan jumpstarted. This valuable course will provide you with a step-by-step guide for developing a strong and solid business plan. After successfuly completing both sessions and submitting a proposed plan, you will be eligble for a private coaching session free of charge.
- Components of a business plan
- Legal structures
- Business planning basics
- Conducting market research
- Financial planning
Facilitator: Marc Parham
Marc E. Parham is a business consultant, coach, trainer, and author of the book “Yes I Can – Develop My Idea and Start My Own Business”. He has dedicated his career to helping people start and grow their own business. Marc is a Managing Partner at the Partec Consulting Group, a family owned consulting company. He is a systems engineer specializing in system design, business efficiency, project management, security, and training. He has over 25 years of experience in automation functions and executive consulting for both the For-Profit and Non-Profit business sectors. Marc is certified in system integration, project management, and non-profit administration. He has developed a series of online assessment tools that are instrumental in accessing an organization's environment.
When & Where
ULGA: The Entrpreneurship Center (TEC)
In October 2004, The Urban League of Greater Atlanta launched The Entrepreneurship Center. TEC was designed to create alliances and marshal resources to better address the problem of inadequate minority business development in traditionally distressed communities. By increasing the number of successful and sustainable urban and minority businesses, the TEC fosters wealth creation, job creation and the economic health in the local community. The primary goal of this program is to assist the aspiring and existing entrepreneurs with the components of developing a Business Plan.
The Entrepreneurship Center (TEC) works with private, public and nonprofit resources in the Greater Atlanta area to build strong, sustainable and successful minority businesses. Each person contacting the TEC will receive an initial assessment of needs. After assessing the needs and capabilities of current and/or potential business owners, they are connected with key resources, classes, training and counseling that will help them grow to the next level of success.
TEC offers many resources to help jumpstart or expand your business. These services include:
- Financial resources and assistance
- Legal services
- Libraries and research organizations
- Management issues and training
- Manufacturing, high tech and life sciences development
- Nonprofit development
- Office, laboratory and meeting space
- Product development
- Regulatory compliance
- Selling to the government and large corporations
- Tax services
- Technical assistance
- Business Coaching