Five Dollar Business Growth Event

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Name: Five Dollar Business Growth Event
Date: September 19, 2017
Time: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM CDT
Event Description:

Do you own a business?

Are you starting a business?

Are you feeling a little overwhelmed?

Are you confused on your next best steps?

This six hour program will take you through the next steps you need in your business.

You will learn about Marketing from Amber Swenor, HR Pitfalls from Jessica Kramer, Commercial Insurance from Monica Schraml, Bookkeeping, Taxes, Reading your P&L and Balance Sheets as well as Cash Flow from Janet Durrow.  Plus you get to hear from James Kademan on Time Management.

You cannot afford to miss this phenomonal event.  

The Five Dollar Business Growth Event is happening Tuesday, September 19th from 8am-2pm

Register here for this one time event.

TBD in Madison as well as virtual.  This event will be streamed live.

Call (608)210-2221 or email
Date/Time Information:
Tuesday September 19th from 8am-2pm
Contact Information:
Only $5 to attend live.

Just $20 for live streaming access.
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