SCORE Lincoln will be hosting the “What’s Involved in Starting a Small Business” workshop on Saturday, June 10 from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The workshop will help start-ups and small business owners gain answers to essential questions needed when starting or running a business.
Topics include: Financing Your Business, Practical Accounting / Sales & Use Tax for Small Business, Insurance Needs, “Traditional” Marketing, Online Marketing, What Legal Structures May be Best for Your Business and What is Needed for a Business Plan.
The workshop will be located at Turbine Flats at 2124 Y St. Attendees will learn from experts in the related field and can ask questions specific to their business interests. The full day includes lunch and costs $49 which is refundable. Register at www.Lincoln.score.org. Attendees may also sign up with SCORE for free oneon-one mentoring.
SCORE Lincoln, the local chapter of the nation’s largest network of expert business mentors, is a nonprofit organization and a partner of the SBA. Dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground and achieve their business goals, SCORE has provided FREE mentorship and education to more than 11 million entrepreneurs since 1964. Services offered by SCORE include mentoring, webinars/courses on demand, a library of online resources and various local events. For more information about SCORE, or upcoming workshops and events, visit www.lincoln.score.org or call (402) 437-2409.