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‘Business Fitness Program’ Webinar Offered to Wyoming Businesses Owners
October 10, 2012 — A “Business Fitness Program,” webinar series to strengthen Wyoming businesses will begin Monday, Oct. 15.
Sponsored by the Wyoming Small Business Development Center at the University of Wyoming, the program is free of charge to Wyoming businesses due to grant support from the Small Business Jobs Act. For registration information, visit the website at http://wyen.biz under “Classes.” For additional information, call (307) 682-3586.
Each four-week module consists of an online webinar with hands-on activities that relate to specific businesses and individual expert consultation sessions. Webinars are scheduled from noon-1 p.m. the first Monday of each module. The presentations will be recorded for viewing by individuals unable to attend the live presentations. Businesses can register for any individual module or the entire series.
The first module “Successful Business Habits” will teach participants how to monitor cash flow, prioritize and process paperwork, identify staffing options, and strategize methods of delivering consistent service and support to clients. The webinar is Monday, Oct. 15.
Between Nov. 12-Dec. 14, participants will study the second module, “How to Keep Score in Your Business.” This section gives participants a better understanding of the tools necessary to prepare, maintain and understand financial statements.
The final module “Marketing Matters: On Your Market, Set, Go!” is from Jan. 7-Jan. 31. Participants start with a newly devised marketing plan tailored for their business. They also will learn new management tools and strategies while increasing volume sales.
The presenter, Kim Vincent, has more than 30 years of business experience in a variety of industries and start-up companies.
Wyoming Entrepreneur is a business consulting group consisting of the Wyoming Small Business Development Center, Wyoming Procurement Technical Assistance Center and the Wyoming Market Research Center. Counseling and most market research services are free of charge to Wyoming residents. The SBDC is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Additional support is provided by the Wyoming Business Council and the University of Wyoming.
Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made, if requested at least 2 weeks in advance. Call the SDBC at (307) 348-5194.
For further information, visit the Wyoming Entrepreneur Web site at http://www.wyomingentrepreneur.biz .