NIC ISBDC presents entrepreneurial leadership training course
The North Idaho College Idaho Small Business Development Center will present a leadership workshop this spring for entrepreneurs who want to strengthen their businesses.
Entrepreneurial Leadership Training I will be offered in 10 three-hour interactive sessions from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays March 20 through May 22 at the NIC Workforce Training Center in Post Falls.
The workshop is designed for both new and existing entrepreneurs to gain a deeper understanding of their businesses as well as insights into business tools and critical factors that affect success. Participants will learn to develop clear goals and a strategy to take their businesses to the next level.
Topics covered include business planning, market analysis, operations, management, financial planning and budgeting, deal making and managing growth.
Cost is $395, which includes all materials. Space is limited so enroll early.
Sponsors include Spokane Teachers Credit Union, US Bank and Panhandle State Bank.
Partners in the North Idaho College Idaho Small Business Development Center’s (ISBDC) Entrepreneurial Leadership Training course gather for a photo to kick off the program, which starts March 20. Pictured are: Rick Barton of US Bank, Alan Wolfe of STCU, Pam Houser of the Post Falls Chamber of Commerce, Frank Bendinelli of the ISBDC, Randy Oaks of the Greyhound Park and Events Center and Post Falls Chamber of Commerce, Jeanne Kern of the ISBDC and William Jhung of the ISBDC.For More Information
NIC Idaho Small Business Development Center Regional Director Bill Jhung, (208) 769-3284Posted: Friday, Feb. 16, 2007