Whether you're looking to start a business in the area, grow an existing business or just learn new tools to help you run things more efficiently, there are many local resources available to help you along the way. We encourage you to visit the VT Small Business Development Center, Northeastern Vermont Development Association and Vermont State University’s Workforce, Community, and Economic Development (WCED) division to find out about services, grants, funding, and other assistance available for local businesses.
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Starting Your Own Business
ON DEMAND WEBINAR LINK
Starting your own business can be challenging, especially for first time business owners. If you’re ready to take the next step and explore turning your idea into a real business opportunity, then this is the workshop for you. Generally this is delivered as an in person 3 to 4 hour workshop with a fee of $129.00. However, based upon the current health pandemic and practicing social distancing for the next few months we are pleased to offer abbreviated 90 minute ZOOM (video conferencing – with a telephone call in number as well) workshops/webinars at no cost. By joining this webinar you’ll gain some practical tips/steps in starting your own business and have a chance to have some of your questions answered. Following the session, you’ll receive some additional resources to help you in the process.
Speaker(s): Laurel Butler, VtSBDC Business Advisor
Fee: No Cost
Division of Workforce, Community & Economic Development at Vermont State University - Vermont State University’s Workforce, Community, and Economic Development (WCED) division is the university’s hub of connectivity, with a focus on access, flexibility, quality, and hands-on learning. Workforce training for learners of all ages — to prepare for new careers in in-demand fields and to upskill and reskill to be competitive in the workplace. Economic development throughout Vermont — across industries and throughout schools and organizations. Innovative workplace opportunities for students — apprenticeships, applied learning, entrepreneurial ventures, and more