Free Webinar Teaching ‘How to Start a Business’ | Companies


Registration for the free webinar “How to Start a Business” from the Delaware Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is open on Thursday, February 11th and March 11th, 3:30 am to 6:00 pm and Wednesday, February 17th and March 17th , from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

After the webinar, participants can register for a free individual consultation with SBDC. The webinar was offered several times over the past year to people interested in becoming entrepreneurs.

“We are now advising clients on a variety of business ideas including manufacturing, daycare, marketing and social media consultancy, service companies, food trucks and retail stores,” said David Root, director of SBDC Georgetown.

“Regardless of what you want to start, the webinar will help you determine if you are ready for what you need to do to move forward,” he added.

This webinar is for those who want to start their own business in Delaware for the first time. The workshop topics include:

  • Why business plans are important, no matter what type of entrepreneur starting out;
  • The funding requirements banks will have in the event that entrepreneurs need them;
  • What are the Steps to Start a Delaware Business?
  • Developing a schedule for opening a store; and
  • What resources are available to help?

The Delaware Small Business Development Center is a unit of the University of Delaware’s Office of Economic Innovation & Partnerships and is funded in part through a collaborative agreement with the US Small Business Administration and the State of Delaware.

The Delaware SBDC offers training programs and free professional consulting services to help innovators, startups, and most existing businesses formulate and execute strategies for growth and success. They have contributed to the growth of the Delaware economy for more than 35 years. The SBDC is the only nationwide, nationally accredited program that offers high quality one-on-one counseling, training, and information resources.

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