You've completed your Business Plan, sought Financing, developed your Market strategy - now what?
Attend this free workshop to learn about how to Operate your Business:
- Choosing vendors, investors, stakeholders and advisors
- Credit and collections
- Hiring, firing and employment law
- Timely tax reporting sales and B and O
- Correct registrations and licensing
- Distribution channels
- Banking relationships
- Preparing, reading and interpreting financial statements
Interact with a panel of experts and experienced business owners!
Also brought to you by the Seattle Public Library.
The Start Smart series aimed at helping businesses start and grow successfully.
The following is a full list of dates, locations and topics for 2017:
Thursday, March 9 | Your Business – Start Smart (Delridge Branch)
Thursday, May 11 | Your Business – Plan Smart (Beacon Hill Branch)
Tuesday, June 13 | Your Business – Finance Smart (Rainier Beach Branch)
Monday, July 10 | Your Business – Market Smart (Delridge Branch)
Monday, August 7 | Your Business – Operate Smart (Delridge Branch)
Tuesday, September 5 | Your Business – Start Smart (Rainier Beach Branch)
Wednesday, October 11 | TBA (Rainier Beach Branch) - Registration coming soon
Wednesday, November 8 | TBA (Delridge Branch) - Registration coming soon
About the SBA
The SBA helps Americans start, build and grow businesses. Through an extensive network of field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations, SBA delivers its services to people throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, the U. S. Virgin Islands and Guam. Follow SBA on Twitter and like SBA on Facebook to learn about new developments and news of the U.S. Small Business Administration.
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SBA Seattle District Office
The SBA Seattle District serves Washington state and northern Idaho with office locations in Seattle and Spokane. Today’s SBA stands for more than Small Business Administration; it stands for Smart, Bold and Accessible. SBA staff provides resources and services in three areas referred to as “the three C’s” – Counseling, Capital and Contracting. Visit www.sba.gov/wa for localized information including resource partners, lenders, events and workshops, success stories, news and updates, and other information aimed to help business start, grow and succeed.