Activity Calendar

Check out our Activity Calendar today to see what is happening at the National Entrepreneur Center. Just search below by keyword, category, event date or organizer to see detailed information about available events.

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Tax Boot Camp for Small Business Owners

Location: National Entrepreneur Center - Venture Training Room

Partner: SCORE

Event Schedule:
Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Time:  6:00 PM

This seminar is specifically developed for small business owners who have little to no experience or understanding of the role and impact of income taxes on their businesses. It is facilitated by experienced Tax Professionals and is designed to provide ideas and tax strategies that can be shared with one's tax advisor.

CWL- Managing your business finances- Ken Bradshaw

Location: National Entrepreneur Center - Venture Training Room

Partner: SCORE

Event Schedule:
Thursday, June 27, 2019

Time:  8:00 AM

Learn more about the best practices that can help your organization. Ken Bradshaw will be sharing tips and products for you use in order to keep your business in tip top shape. Explore the Power of Financial Wellness.

Introduction to Social Media Marketing

Location: National Entrepreneur Center - Venture Training Room

Partner: SCORE

Event Schedule:
Saturday, June 29, 2019

Time:  9:30 AM

This Social Media “Boot Camp” provides a high-level understanding of how to begin marketing your business using social media. You will walk away with a social media “toolkit” that will give tips and best practices for choosing the right social platform for your business type, what type of posts and best time to post for your customers and more.

You, Your Business Idea, How SCORE Can Help!

Location: National Entrepreneur Center - Venture Training Room

Partner: SCORE

Event Schedule:
Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Time:  6:00 PM

For people who have limited knowledge about managing or starting a new business and/or are not familiar with SCORE’s services. It is designed to explain the challenges and risks that an entrepreneur will face. It covers reasons why so many businesses fail as well as the keys to succeeding. You will learn what makes an idea a good business idea.

SBA Workshop: Federal Certifications Managed by SBA

Location: National Entrepreneur Center - Venture Training Room

Partner: FSBDC

Event Schedule:
Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Time:  1:00 PM

Every year, the Federal government procures supplies and/or services to the tune of several hundred billion dollars. A whopping twenty-three (23) percent of those procurements are earmarked for smaller businesses. If you own a small business and have the potential to sell your product/service to the Federal government you ought to take the time to learn about these programs. At Federal level, our government is mandated to reserve a sizable percentage of all procurements dollars for small businesses; for certified socio-economically disadvantaged small businesses; for women-owned small businesses or; for business located in Historically Underutilized Business Zones. SBA manages all of these certifications. Certifying your business can definitely help you successfully compete for government contracts. As a certified entity, in addition to pursuing contracts, you may participate in executive level business training that helps to keep small businesses competitive. As part of our efforts to maintain program integrity, we ensure firms are compliant with program/federal regulations so they stay in good standing and can enjoy continued program participation. You will learn the eligibility criteria for the: • 8 (a) Business Development Program • Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) Program • Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) Program • New SBA Mentor Protégé program • In addition, you will learn where to find Federal Opportunities for your small business.

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