- Specific needs vary based on business types, but upon completion of Growing Your Business, participants should know and understand the importance of:
- Separating your personal and business finances
- Effectively managing your cash flow
- Keeping your business up-to-date with the right technology
- Knowing your credit options when the need arises
- Having insurance to protect you from the unexpected
- Hiring the right employees for your business
Specific needs vary based on business types, but upon completion of Growing Your Business, participants should know and understand
the importance of separating their personal and business finances;
- effectively managing their cash flow;
- keeping their business up-to-date with the right technology;
- knowing their credit options when the need arises;
- having insurance to protect them from the unexpected; and
- hiring the right employees for their business.
The Small Business Development Center is funded at the Community Business Partnership through a cooperative agreement between George Mason University and the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Thursday, April 30, 2020 1:00 pm
Community Business Partnership Offices, 6564 Loisdale Court, Suite 600, Springfield, VA 22205
This workshop is made possible by the generous contribution of time and expertise by a CBP volunteer. Please respect our volunteer’s time by arriving at the appointed time. If you are unable to attend the class – or will be more than 30 minutes late – please notify us promptly.
- Participants whose checks are returned for insufficient funds will be charged a $35 fee.
- Participants who have paid for a class and do not cancel at least 24 hours in advance, will forfeit their entire payment.
- Participants wishing to receive a refund and have canceled in a timely manner will be charged a 10% administrative fee.
See our FAQs page or contact Sheina Waddell, Training Coordinator at (703) 768-1440 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Community Business Partnership is an equal opportunity service provider, lender, and employer.