Andrew Raynor Dover NH
Our guest this month on New Hampshire Business Matters, which airs at 3:05 pm on the third Wednesday of the month on WTPL-FM 107.7, is Nancy Pearson of the Center for Women and Enterprise, located in Nashua.
It’s one of several offices located around New England and with funding in part from the Small Business Administration, it’s a terrific resource for women entrepreneurs, whether they are just starting out, or growing their businesses.
If that describes you, or a woman you know, tune in to this month’s show.
Upcoming events by the CW&E, including a series in Claremont:
This workshop provides a high-level overview of a range of legal issues that entrepreneurs should be aware of when starting a new company.
This workshop provides an overview of writing a business plan. Topics include: why you need to write a business plan, an overview of each section of a business plan, and more.
This course will help you demystify the secrets of Twitter, while using it as a tool to grow your business. In this workshop you will learn: Why Twitter is a hot marketing tool, Secrets of a successful profile and more.
If you are in the process of launching a new business, or thinking about starting one, this panel discussion will help you to understand the variety of financing options available to you as a new business owner.
As an entrepreneur, your ability to persuade your audience through a concise and compelling presentation is a key factor to your business success. This interactive workshop focuses on the basics of developing a strong presentation and more
Do you have an idea for a business that you want to launch or explore more deeply? Have you always dreamed of becoming an entrepreneur, but were never sure just where to start?
This workshop provides a high-level overview of a range of legal issues that entrepreneurs should be aware of when starting a new company. Attend this workshop to learn how to avoid common mistakes and employ preventative measures and more.
Branding goes beyond a mere color palette and logo—it’s your reputation, and is essential to keep your customers returning. However, many small business owners struggle in developing a strong, solid brand. In this workshop, you will gain a better understanding of the importance of good branding and more.
Competition for a spot in the marketplace and in the media is tough. Learn how to maximize your resources to gain visibility for your products and services. Find out how to market your product, determine and refine your target audience, and reach customers with the right message and the right media.
Whether you’re just starting out or you’re an experienced business owner, staying on top of your financial recordkeeping is critical to your success.