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Let’s Talk Competition

A Conversation & Networking Opportunity
Let's Talk Competition
September 11th, 2019
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
What You'll Gain:
  • Learn how to analyze your competition
  • Discover how to leverage competitive analysis for business success
Cost: $0

Do you know who your competitors are? A keen understanding of who they are and what they’re offering is a critical step in determining how you can differentiate yourself and make your business stand out. Join a group of your peers and WBDC Business Counselor Carol Cheswick, to discuss how to conduct a comprehensive competitive analysis and what to do with the information you gather.

Registration Required/No Charge

Location: WBDC Stamford
184 Bedford Street
Stamford, CT 06901

Instructor: Carol Cheswick
Title: Business Specialist
Bio: CAROL CHESWICK is a Business Specialist with the Women's Business Development Council (WBDC). Since joining the organization in 2012, Ms. Cheswick has empowered hundreds of clients through one-on-one counseling on specific business and career challenges. She also teaches GPS – a Guide to Plan for Success, WBDC’s signature business plan development program for aspiring entrepreneurs who seek to start a small business and make their vision a reality, and existing business owners looking to take the next step.
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Terms of Service: WBDC is a nonprofit organization, required by its funders to collect data requested on this form. WBDC places great value on your personal privacy and the confidential facts and figures you disclose concerning your business activities. Information concerning you and your business is kept strictly confidential and is reported only in aggregate unless prior approval is received from you. WBDC is able to offer its programs and services at afforable and/or reduced rates due to the support of Federal, State, Municipal, Corporate and Individual contributors and the programs or services you participate in are either partially or fully subsidized.

Small Business AssociationThis program is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. We make reasonable accommodations for access by persons with disabilities.