Are you thinking about starting a new business?
Do you have lots of questions about how - or whether - to move forward?
Are you considering moving your hobby into a more structured business form?
Have you already started your small business and now realize you may have missed a few things?
Your SV SBDC has answers, information, and resources to help.
In our Start Smart Workshops, we discuss the path to good decisions and a successful start. You'll learn to take a thorough 360° approach to your business and all its components - from product development to target markets to financial projections. We'll also cover the regulations and registrations you need to know.
Follow-up appointments are then available with SBDC business advisors to focus on your individual business needs.
Start Smart workshops are held in various locations and at various times; if this session doesn't suit, check the Web Calendar for more options.
Click here to register for any Start Smart or other SBDC workshop.
Click here for Directions and Parking information for the JMU Ice House.
What is the difference between motivation and inspiration in leadership?
Which would you prefer? How can learning the difference between motivation and inspiration help you be a better leader?
In this session, we will learn the differences and how to have a more powerful impact on others.
Presenter Lynnette Embree began life coaching in 1997 and acquired certification from Success Unlimited Network in 2002 as a Life Coach. She also has several assessment certifications such as DISC, Motivators, EIQ-2, and Performance Gap Indicator. In July 2018, she returned to a life coaching school for additional certification and to become a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF).
Register for this and any Business Smarts session here.
Business Smarts Breakfast sessions are held on the 2nd Friday of every month with networking opportunities and guest presentations on a variety of topics.
The series is sponsored by your Shenandoah Valley Small Business Development Center, the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce, and Shenandoah Valley Chapter of SCORE. Coffee provided by Broad Porch Coffee.
Parking for Business Smarts: See the NEW options for Parking at the JMU Ice House. Note that permits are now required for the JMU Lot, but we list other options as well.