The NIACC Pappajohn Center and the Small Business Development Center to offer a free two-hour workshop designed for anyone who is considering starting a business. At Start Smart, participants will learn how to create a business plan, conduct market research, discuss different types of business ownership, and learn how to register a business.
Start Smart will be offered on THURSDAY, August 26, online via Zoom from 6-8 pm in the evening.
The activities involved in starting a business fall under two broad categories—feasibility (the business plan) and administrative tasks. While we like to focus on the feasibility issue, Start Smart provides information and the chance to ask questions on numerous other topics, including:
- Business registration
- Doing customer research
- How bankers evaluate business concepts and loans
- Start-up costs
- Business plan tips
- And more
After attending Start Smart, you can make an appointment to meet over the phone individually with the Small Business Development Center Counselors to help you review your business plan or provide guidance with other issues. Registration is required; go to our website www.pappajohncenter.com and click on the Program and Events tab to register.
For questions, contact Mary Spitz-SBDC office at NIACC: 641.422.4342 or at email@example.com
The NIACC John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center is an expert in rural business innovation and success. In partnership with North Iowa’s Small Business Development Center, we provide tools, support, and resources to Iowa’s entrepreneurs. We counsel both new and existing local businesses, from Main Street to industry leaders. We are growing Iowa’s entrepreneurial culture through grade school initiatives, college and community programs, and business training and development. Contact the NIACC Pappajohn Center at 641-422-4111 or firstname.lastname@example.org. See our new website at www.pappajohncenter.com.
North Iowa Area Community College, founded in 1918, is a nationally-recognized, two-year college located in central North Iowa. With approximately 3,000 career and transfer students, the College has been recognized by the Aspen Institute as a leading community college in the nation. NIACC welcomes students from across Iowa, Minnesota, the nation, and the world. The College has served as a leader in student-centered learning, community engagement, and collaborative leadership for more than 100 years. Choose NIACC First.
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