The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), San Francisco District Office, and AARP-California, have entered into a collaborative partnership to co-market a series of free classes targeting Encore Entrepreneurs during the month of April.
6:00 PM – 8:00PM
Ever wonder what makes businesses succeed? Looking at different businesses, a pattern emerges: owners of these companies – ranging from 1 person to 25 people or larger – share traits that allow them to be successful. Curious about what those traits are? This informative presentation reviews these characteristics, delving into each one to learn more about it. You, as a business owner, will have the opportunity to try these characteristics on, seeing which ones you currently employ and which ones you’d like to add to your way of being. This promises to be a fun and interactive presentation – join us! This class is being taught by a volunteer instructor and the marketing is made possible by a collaborative partnership between the SBA-SFDO and AARP-California, who are co-marketing a series of free classes targeting Encore Entrepreneurs during the month of April.
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