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4 FAU Small Business Seminars for Entrepreneurs

Florida Atlantic University Small Business Development Center will hold the following seminar topics for those thinking about creating a Florida small business. Certified business analyst Ken Stephanz will teach all of the following seminars. Three out of four of these Florida business seminars are free!

Sept. 3,  “How to Stay Out of Trouble When Starting Your New Business” from 5 to 7 pm at the Fellsmere Community Center, 56 N. Broadway St. Free.

Sept. 12, “Marketing Your Service Business” 2 to 4 pm at the Treasure Coast campus of FAU in Port St. Lucie. Free.

Sept. 17,  “How to Write a Business Plan Clinic” from 5 to 9 pm at FAU’s Treasure Coast campus in Port St. Lucie. $50.

Sept. 23, “Introduction to Business Plan,” from 5 to 7 p.m. in the conference room at the North County Library in Sebastian. Free.

Attending these free Florida seminars is always a good idea if you have the time. Three out of four are free and I’ve found that I learn something every time I go. Sometimes more than others… but always there is some good information on some topic I haven’t researched thoroughly.

If you are thinking about incorporating your Florida business, have a look at our online FL INC site – we offer all types of incorporation at the most reasonable prices you’ll find online. We also have a FREE incorporation each month for one lucky business owner. If you file your incorporation with us you’re automatically registered for the end of the month drawing.

Florida International University Builds Database on Women Owned Businesses

Business Networks – FIU College of Business: Database on women-led businesses grows with third year of input.

Researchers exploring the special challenges and achievements of business women in leadership roles will find a wealth of data in an annually enriched database being built within Florida International University.

For the third consecutive year, the College of Business Administration; the Center for Leadership; and the Metropolitan Center, all part of the university; along with The Commonwealth Institute South Florida, surveyed women-led businesses in Florida with revenues of $3 million or more. Respondents held the positions of president, chief executive officer, chair of the board, and/or primary owner of a for-profit organization based in the state.

Complete article here:  Business Networks – FIU College of Business: Database on women-led businesses grows with third year of input.