This seminar provides the basic of self evaluation, the idea, defining the need, determining the feasibility, and what actions are necessary. Topics within these areas will include analytical methods; research sources; the legal forms of businesses; record keeping; laws, regulations, and policies; and a discussion on the value and importance of business plans and financial analyses.
This workshop is designed for small business owners who are beginners or are not currently using social media to market their business. It will help business owners use social media effectively by navigating the many social media options available to them, determine which are the most useful for their businesses, set their social media marketing goals, and measure whether their goals are being met.
Do you have a full pipeline of bid opportunities so that you know which proposals you will be writing this month, next month, six months from now, or a year from now? Do you know how much you will add in wins this year so that you could plan out how your company will thrive and expand? If not, this course will help you develop strategies to fill your pipeline.
This one day four-hour workshop is presented by UMW Small Business Development Center’s Eagle Village office. It covers the development of the narrative and financial forecasting portions of the business plan. A workbook will be provided that will take the attendees through a step-by-step approach to creating a business plan. Participants will also receive a comprehensive report on their industry.
This workshop is designed to expand the participant’s ability to develop and write federal proposal content that is compliant and compelling. Any experience level can benefit from this course. The objectives of the workshop is to help participants understand how to achieve the maximum proposal evaluation.