/Events

Apr
13
Mon
Developing Nonprofit Programs (online) @ Online
Apr 13 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Topic: Nonprofit

Gain an understanding on how to use data to substantiate community needs and gain/sustain funding. Participants will learn how to design, develop and evaluate nonprofit programs using a nationally recognized program development model. This is the fourth session of a four part series. Attendees do not need to attend all four sessions but those that do will receive a series certificate of completion.

Speaker(s): Kathryn Addo, STC Consulting LLC

Pre-registration required. Register to attend online at this time

Apr
14
Tue
Small Business Development Overview / Business Financials @ Online
Apr 14 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Small Business Development Overview / Business Financials

Are you an entrepreneur thinking of starting a business or are you already in business and not sure if you have completed all the necessary steps to be an established entity or successful business? This workshop is designed to help entrepreneurs with start-ups and established businesses to examine the feasibility of their small business idea in the current market, examine entrepreneur readiness, business plan development, entity formation, managing risk, and various ways to fund or bootstrap the business.

Speaker(s):  Sonya Miller-Ray  / Jules Monroe

Risk Management: Get Real, Get Right, Get Results (online) @ Online
Apr 14 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

When big events or natural disasters come to town, it’s important to have a plan in place to deal with the risks that could affect your business. Learn where to look for risks and how to create and implement a risk management program to make informed decisions for your small business.

Speaker(s): Vanessa Vaughn Mathews, Asfalis Advisors

Pre-registration required Register to attend online only at this time

Apr
16
Thu
Branding Your Business (online) @ Online
Apr 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Topic: Marketing and Sales

Strong businesses build their brand to be authentic, cohesive and compelling. While your logo is the visual cornerstone of your brand, your brand is much bigger than your logo. In this session, we’ll cover the ins and outs of branding and what to consider as you brand (or re brand) your business.

Speaker(s): Lisa Speer

Pre-registration required Register to attend online  only at this time

Apr
20
Mon
Improving Nonprofit Impact through Technology (online) @ Online
Apr 20 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Topic: Nonprofit

Learn how nonprofits can effectively utilize web and email communications, online fundraising tools, and mobile and social media. Participants will learn about technology trends that assist the nonprofit organization in operating more efficiently and have a greater community impact. This is the third session of a four part series. Attendees do not need to attend all four sessions but those that do will receive a series certificate of completion.

Speaker(s): Kathryn Addo, STC Consulting LLC

Pre-registration required

Register to attend online only at this time

Apr
28
Tue
Business Preparedness: Expect the Unexpected (online) @ Online
Apr 28 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Topic: Disaster Mitigation

Every business needs a plan B. Fire, floods, and hurricanes are generally associated with contingency planning. But what if a large event comes to town that shuts down roadways making it difficult or impossible for suppliers and employees to reach your business? What if your entire team comes down with the flu? Make no mistake continuity of operations isn’t just about natural disasters. It can also prepare you for more commonplace problems and ready you for unexpected disruption. Learn the necessary elements your small business needs to survive and thrive and five things most companies ignore that they shouldn’t in preparedness planning.

Speaker(s): Vanessa Vaughn Mathews, Asfalis Advisors

Pre-registration required Register to attend online only at this time

Apr
30
Thu
Small Business Development Overview / Mecklenburg County Resources @ Online
Apr 30 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Small Business Development Overview / Mecklenburg County Resources

Are you an entrepreneur thinking of starting a business or are you already in business and not sure if you have completed all the necessary steps to be an established entity or successful business? This workshop is designed to help entrepreneurs with start-ups and established businesses to examine the feasibility of their small business idea in the current market, examine entrepreneur readiness, business plan development, entity formation, managing risk, various ways to fund or bootstrap the business, and Mecklenburg County small business resources.

Speaker(s):  Sonya Miller-Ray  / Mark Stewart

May
7
Thu
How to Start a Business @ CPCC Central Campus Hall Bldg. Room 215
May 7 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Topic: Start-up Assistance

Understand the basics of starting a business and go from idea to opportunity.  Learn key strategies for start-up, financing and marketing as well as important information about legal issues, licensing, zoning, operations and more.  Realize the importance of a self-assessment and how to evaluate the feasibility of your business idea.  Discover the resources available to help you start and successfully operate your business.

Pre-registration required.

May
12
Tue
Small Business Development Overview / Legal Strategies for Your Business @ Women Business Center of Charlotte
May 12 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

Hosted by The Women’s Business Center of Charlotte.

Topic: Small Business Development Overview /Women in Finance

Are you an entrepreneur thinking of starting a business or are you already in business and not sure if you have completed all the necessary steps to be an established entity or successful business? This workshop is designed to help entrepreneurs with start-ups and established businesses to examine the feasibility of their small business idea in the current market, examine entrepreneur readiness, business plan development, entity formation, managing risk, and various ways to fund or bootstrap the business. Entrepreneurs will gain information on the types of business entities recognized in NC, legal matters that can come up when running your business, and provide guidance on what to expect with the unexpected.

Speaker(s):  Sonya Miller-Ray  / Raeneice Taltoan  

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