SMALL BUSINESS DREAM TO REALITY - WHAT IT TAKES

                                      March 10, 2018

When

Saturday, March 10, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM EST
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Where

CMC Office Suites 
10945 Reed Hartman Highway
Suite 105
Blue Ash, OH 45242
 

 
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Contact

SCORE - Greater Cincinnati, Northern KY, Southeast IN 
513-684-2812 
score@scoreworks.org 

 

New entrepreneurs will gain valuable insights into Small Business Fundamentals!  From validating your concept to planning your next steps, this course will take you through the myths, the realities and the adventure of becoming a successful business owner. 


OUTLINE  

  • Myths & Realities of Small Business ownership
  • Critical Success Factors
  • Options (Startup, Buy, Franchise, etc)
  • Owner Characteristics & Duties
  • Structure (Legal & Other Issues)
  • Capital, Funding & Cash Management
  • Self Assessment 
  • Business Plan Why & How
  • Practical, Helpful Handouts
  • Next Steps

SEATING IS LIMITED, PLEASE REGISTER TODAY

This course is sponsored by SCORE, a nonprofit resource partner to the Small Business Administration. Since 1964 nuturing small businesses in the tri-state area with low cost education & free mentoring. 

YOUR PRESENTERS: 

  Rick Johnston, Past SCORE Chairperson

Mr. Rick Johnston is a former Chapter Chair, Group Counseling Leader, and Chair of the Membership Recruiting committee and serves on the chapter's Board of Directors. He has personally mentored hundreds of small business entrepreneurs. He joined SCORE in 2005.

  Rick served in the U.S. Army, earned a B.S. in Engineering from U.C. and M.S. in Management from Vanderbilt. Rick has been a Product Manager for P&G as well as owner of a small manufacturing business. 

  Jim Stahly, Past SCORE Chairperson

 Mr. Jim Stahly is, in addition to being  an experienced seminar presenter, the 2015 and  2016 Chapter Chair, is an active participant in the  Outreach and Marketing committees and is a member of  the chapter’s Board of Directors. 

 Jim worked for 35 years in  healthcare distribution, the last 20 years as a president,  chief operations officer, or senior vice president with full operational and profit-and-loss responsibility. Companies or divisions he was responsible for ranged in size from startups to more than $2.5 billion in annual revenue. He left corporate America in 2005, but still works as an industry consultant.

Register Now!                   Doors Open at 8:00AM - Presentation Begins at 8:30AM