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Micro Business For Teens
Sat, April 29, 2017, 10:30 AM – 12:15 PM EDT
Join us at the Akron-Summit County Public Library for
Micro Business for Teens --Presented by Carol Topp
Saturday, April 29, 10:30am-Noon
This free program provides encouragement for teenagers and young adults to start and run their own micro business. We encourage teens, young adults, educators, parents, and mentors to attend.
A micro business is simple to start, usually home-based, low risk, educational and easy for a busy student to run. Carol’s program offers ideas, a business plan, pitfalls to avoid and resources to help teenagers start making money while running their own micro business.
Have you always wanted to run your own business? Micro Business for Teens will make the very notion of creating a micro business an achievable goal
Do you have the enthusiasm to design and implement an action plan? Micro Business for Teens will provide examples of suitable teen businesses, offers instruction on writing a business plan, financing the business and more.
About the presenter: Carol Topp, a certified public accountant and mentor to many successful teen entrepreneurs, hosts this 60-minute program based on her Micro Business for Teens book series.
Microbusiness for Teens will take place in the auditorium on the High-Street level of the Akron-Summit County Public Library. 60 S. High St. Akron, Ohio 44326
Attached parking is available at the High-Street deck - on the corner of East Market & South High (across from the Akron Art Museum) The Library opens at 10am on Saturday
- Register online at: MicrobusinessForTeens.Eventbrite.com
- Register by text at: 330-802-0839
- Register by phone at: 330-643-9000
For more information call Linda Hale at 330-802-0839 or the Library Switchboard at 330-643-9000
*Carol Topp will also be providing a non-profit workshop on Friday, April 28th Call Linda for details 330-802-0839
** Microbusiness for Teens is also available on DVD and YouTube. Western Reserve PBS has uploaded Carol’s program to YouTube at https://youtu.be/K2g_MKqLUpo This program was originally provided by Burton D. Morgan, Dominion, The Veale Foundation, The Fred A. Lennon Charitable Trust, Hudson Extrusions, and Deluxe Corporation Foundation.