Presenter, David Grunke
Simple Steps for Starting Your Business:
Wednesday My 16, 2018
1505 9th St Monroe Wi
Register by calling 608 325 7648 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Concepts: Funding Sources
This workshop offers information on how to finance your small business.
In this session, discussions include:
- sources of funds,
- accounting the six C’s of credit,
- banking relations,
- ratio analysis,
- and monthly preparation and review of financial statements.
A bank loan officer will give an inside view of how a banker assesses the merits of business plans and loan application.
At the end of the series, you have all of the tools necessary to decide whether or not to launch your small business.
May will conclude the Series on business start up and in June we will turn the attention to maintaining and expanding a well run business.
Southwestern Wisconsin Community Action Program (SWCAP) will be celebrating Community Action Month, an entire month dedicated to programs and services with an anti-poverty mission. Our work is truly at the community level – from food pantries to weatherization to Head Start programs to behavioral health partnerships and so much more, we are committed to making our communities stronger.Please join Michelle Ripp. Michelle is the Operations Director for SWCAP and has been with the agency for 10 years. Prior to that, Michelle worked in the private sector financial industry. She lives in Mineral Point, with her husband and two children.
Tuesday May 22nd
7:30 Networking with light breakfast served
8:00 Presentation By Michelle Ripp
1505 9th St Lower Level Conference Room
This event is free to all Chamber of Commerce Members
Please RSVP to 608 325 7648 or email@example.com
David A. Grunke, CHC, RHU, ChHC
SCORE Certified Mentor
Speaker, Coach & Educator
Project Manager, Consultant
SCORE Madison Simple Steps for Growing Your Business
Managing Your Time, People & Resources
- How to assess your HR needs
- Smart hiring practices
- Training employees
- Motivating employees
- Dealing with problem employees
- Using outside professionals
- Effective delegation/time management