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So You Want to Start a Business? – Recorded Webinar

What does it take to start a business?
So You Want to Start a Business? (Recorded Webinar)
December 14th, 2018
What You'll Gain:
  • The DNA of an Entrepreneur – what does it take to start a business
  • Formulating your business idea – what is your concept?
  • Making it happen – what do you need to do to get it off the ground?
Cost: $0
Description:

Have a business concept but not sure what to do next? Register today for the Women’s Business Development Council’s recorded webinar geared towards taking your business concept to the next level. Topics covered will include: The DNA of an Entrepreneur – what does it take to start a business, Formulating your business idea – what is your concept? and Making it happen – what do you need to do to get it off the ground?

Instructor: Janet Siegenthaler
Title: Project Director
Bio: Janet Siegenthaler is a finance executive with over twenty years of experience in commercial banking, marketing and corporate sales. Her expertise is helping entrepreneurial companies to obtain capital and achieve profitable growth. Janet’s specialties include: new venture development; strategic planning; debt restructurings and turnarounds of small to mid-sized companies.
Register for So You Want to Start a Business? (Recorded Webinar)
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.