Prospera Business Network, MT Women's Business Center, Small Business Development Center, and MT Manufacturing Extension Center presents
Power Up: Create Your Business, Financial, and Marketing Plan
This course consists of three classes (May 3rd, 10th, 17th). Class meets every Wednesday for three weeks, starting May 3, 2017.
Class is 5:30PM-8:30PM
Class will be held at:
Montana Manufacturing Extension Center (MMEC)
2310 University Way Building 2
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717
Registration: $150 for Prospera Members, $175 non members. This registration amount covers all three class days.
$75 for a second attendee (business partner)
This course has specifically been designed for individuals who are brand new to business, wanting to start a business, and new business owners or individuals looking to start a second business.
What you will learn:
- Clarity and fresh perspective about starting a new business
- Solid first draft of your Business Plan
- In-depth understanding of your industry and competition
- Documented sales projections and marketing strategy based on industry research & geography
- Projected cash flow for one year
- Shared experience with other local entrepreneurs and subject matter experts
- Valuable resources and processes that support your business planning journey
Please bring a laptop with you to this class (if you do not have access to one, please send a message to email@example.com or call 406-587-3113) If you are unfamiliar with or would like more practice with these universal computer programs, we recommend taking the following online classes prior to or during the Power Up class:
*Due to high demand for business counseling services, the MWBC requires individuals looking into starting a brand new business or business owners who have been "in business" less than six months, to complete this course prior to scheduling a one-on-one counseling appointment.
Charitable Support from:
First Security Bank Foundation
The Montana Women’s Business Center is a program of Prospera Business Network and is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.