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Steps for Starting a Small Business
Are you thinking of starting a small business but do not know where to start? Do you have an idea, but need a few pointers on where the best resources are? If you answered yes to these questions or just want to learn more about getting a business off the ground in Minnesota, then this is the class for you.
In this short and free introductory class, we will go over the basics of starting a business in Minnesota:
- What is required to start a business
- Writing a business plan
- Information on free counseling from SBA partners and other free community resources
- The five C’s of Credit
- Financing options that are available
- Selling to the Government
Please join us for this small group session and let us help accelerate your small business dreams, today! Please sign up early as space is limited to allow everyone a chance to interact with us and ask the questions they need answered.
Parking Metered Spaces: Due to the short length of the class, SBA recommends to park in a Parking Metered Space. Park in a space marked with a numbered space sign. The space marker gives information on hourly restrictions, time and days of week in which metered parking is enforced. Do not ignore restriction. Fees may be higher on Event Days at the US Bank Stadium.
To pay: Go to the nearest multi-space meter pay station and follow the prompts located on the four-line LED display.
Note: Keep your receipt! They don’t need to be displayed on dashboards, it includes your space number and the time of day when your meter time expires. When time is about to expire (provided you haven’t exceeded any maximum time limit on your space) you can use the space number on the receipt to get more time at any nearby multi space pay station.
If you are using the Light Rail Transit (LRT) - Exit on the Nicollet Mall Station.