SCORE Lincoln (www.lincoln.score.org) is hosting “What’s Involved in Starting a Small Business” workshop on Saturday, April 15, from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Turbine Flats – Resonator, 2124 Y St.
This workshop will help startups and small business owners gain answers to essential questions needed when starting or running a business. They will provide an overview of ALL the things you need to be planning for and thinking about to create a successful business. Attendees will learn from experts in the related field
and can ask questions specific to their business interests.
• Business Plan
• Practical Accounting and Tax Considerations
• Financing Your Business
• Legal Structures for Small Business
• Marketing – traditional and online
• Insurance Needs
Attendees may sign up with SCORE for free one-on-one mentoring. The full day costs $49 and includes lunch. The registration fee will be reimbursed by Community Development Resources upon attendance at the workshop. Register now by going to https://score.tfaforms.net/17?EventID=a105a000009oBpv.
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. For more information about SCORE, or upcoming workshops and events, visit www.lincoln.score.org or call (402) 437-2409.