2018 Business Plan Essentials – October

2018 Business Plan Essentials – October

  • Posted by Rebecca Kruckow
  • On August 14, 2018
Growing a business?  Starting a business?  What is your plan?  So many questions with answers available for you at the next Business Plan Essentials class.  Join us for an afternoon session in September and move forward strategically with your business.  Hands-on work toward your business plan and financial projections.  Succession planning for business owners included […]
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ACCESS TO CAPITAL FORUM – NO COST

  • Posted by Deborah Free
  • On August 1, 2018
Access to Capital Forum – NO COST Grow & Expand Your Business SBA Georgia District Office, Columbus SCORE Chapter and the Columbus Small Business Development Center invite you to participate in our financial panel discussion.  The goal of our forum is to focus on the communities’ economic development power and to address one of the […]
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Finance And Marketing Assistance Put Tour Operator On The Path To Rapid Growth

  • Posted by Sara Bertolini
  • On July 30, 2018
VIP Tours president Christina Ernst is a seasoned travel agent who grew up in White County. So when the chamber of commerce leadership, county commissioners and local winery owners were looking at how to attract visitors to the region, they invited her to join their meeting. “They wanted advice on what was possible and how […]
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Updated Financials, Better Data Land Loan for Valdosta Wake Compound

  • Posted by Sara Bertolini
  • On July 30, 2018
Valdosta State University students Luke Tilt and Quinn Silvernale competed together on the university’s wake boarding team. Tilt was required for his business class to develop a plan for an imaginary new company. So he wrote a plan modeled after the cable parks they had visited in Europe and Florida. Wake boarding, for the uninitiated, […]
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Best Practices in Business Help Dunwoody-based Special Education Practice Expand

  • Posted by Sara Bertolini
  • On July 30, 2018
Becky Lamont dedicated the first 17 years of her career serving public school districts as a special education teacher and administrator, rising to program manager in the Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia. The district—the size of Georgia’s DeKalb and Gwinnett school systems combined—had 300 autism classrooms in the program she managed using research-based practices […]
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