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Business Mapping: Developing a Smart Business Model Small Business BC, 54 - 601 W Cordova St (Main Floor of Waterfront Skytrain/Seabus Station - next to the Starbucks), Vancouver January 11, 2017 16 / 24
  •   Bridget Field
  •   9:00 am PST     12:00 pm PST  
  •   $59.00

  • The truth is, not every entrepreneur needs a full business plan.  Business mapping is an alternative to the more in-depth business planning process, but still leaves you with a strategic plan to help direct your business.  Designing a business map can sometimes be enough for you to decide if your business venture is worth pursuing.  Attend this introductory seminar which focuses strategies to plan, key areas of a successful businesses and financing options.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Learn to evaluate your business idea  
    • Understand the key areas of a successful business model
    • Discuss and receive worksheets to help you determine business viability
    • Clarify types of business structures and requirements
    • Learn about financing options for your new venture

    Presented By: Bridget Field, Small Business BC 

    This seminar is hosted at Small Business BC in Vancouver and delivered to other locations via live webinar. Please note: all webinar participants will also receive access to a recording for seven days after the live session.

The online registration has closed. You may still register by phone or walk in before the seminar closes.

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