Small Business Management Level 1

Monday 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

October 4, 2021 - June 7, 2021
Instructor: Diane Mahoney
Location: Umpqua Business Center Conference Room
Fees: $749 includes two people per business

Small Business Management (SBM) Level 1:
9 sessions from November 2020 – June 2021, cohort meeting one evening a month for 2 hours. Application will be sent to attendees and scholarships and discounts will be determined upon receipt. Payment to be collected during Fall Term.

Course Content Includes:
Surviving and Thriving during COVID-19

Business Foundations

Leadership/Goal setting - You will begin the strategic planning part of your business; goal setting, both for immediate and long term, goals and objectives with tasks assignments

Finance Management series - Introduction to basic business financials; Profit and Loss statement, understanding your Cash Flow, and properly creating a Chart of Accounts in a bookkeeping program. Including EOY Tax preparation.

Sales and Marketing - Identify the difference between Sales and Marketing. Hands on creation of functional color-coded Marketing Plan and strategic layout for a Sales Plan. Industry expert speakers will outline your online digital options and the creation of low-cost social media target campaigns.

The Legal Forum - A local attorney will outline business entities, speak on minimizing your legal risks, and facilitate a robust Q&A covering a wide range of topics.

Human Resources 101 - An industry Human Resource expert will outline the art of hiring and firing while minimizing your risks and facilitate a hands on job description work session

Book Club Discussion - Each year we work through a top rated business publication throughout the course program.

Small Business Management (SBM) Level 1: 9 sessions from November 2020 – June 2021, cohort meeting one evening a month for 2 hours. Application will be sent to attendees and scholarships and discounts will be determined upon receipt. Payment to be collected during Fall Term. Course Content Includes: Surviving and Thriving during COVID-19 Business Foundations Leadership/Goal setting - You will . . . begin the strategic planning part of your business; goal setting, both for immediate and long term, goals and objectives with tasks assignments Finance Management series - Introduction to basic business financials; Profit and Loss statement, understanding your Cash Flow, and properly creating a Chart of Accounts in a bookkeeping program. Including EOY Tax preparation. Sales and Marketing - Identify the difference between Sales and Marketing. Hands on creation of functional color-coded Marketing Plan and strategic layout for a Sales Plan. Industry expert speakers will outline your online digital options and the creation of low-cost social media target campaigns. The Legal Forum - A local attorney will outline business entities, speak on minimizing your legal risks, and facilitate a robust Q&A covering a wide range of topics. Human Resources 101 - An industry Human Resource expert will outline the art of hiring and firing while minimizing your risks and facilitate a hands on job description work session Book Club Discussion - Each year we work through a top rated business publication throughout the course program.
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