Gear up for the Haywood Chamber’s business start-up competitionWritten by Admin
The Haywood County Chamber of Commerce will offer Rural Entrepreneurship through Action Learning, a four-week business course, from 6 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from March 20 through April 12.
This four-week course will enable entrepreneurs to take a business idea, improve or expand an existing business, and “walk through” essential business-success steps. The course is open to those who want to learn about general business planning, including topics such as meeting customer needs, analyzing the competition, taxes and licenses, utilizing professionals, computerized cash flow analysis and financial feasibility.
Katy McLean Gould, a REAL certified instructor, will facilitate this class. Gould is also the marketing and communications manager for the Greater Haywood Chamber of Commerce.
The course will be held at Haywood Community College. $65. 828.627.4512.