As part of RiverLink's mission to stimulate the economic well-being of the French Broad River watershed through arts and crafts, recreation, and health and wellness (as outlined in the popular Wilma Dykeman RiverWay Plan), RiverLink, the A-B Tech Small Business Center, and the Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) are pleased to announce two upcoming sessions focused on encouraging entrepreneurship and teaching the nuts and bolts of starting a small business. "Starting a Better Business" sessions will be held on Thursday, July 17th and Tuesday, September 16th both from 10:00-12:00, at RiverLink's Warehouse Studios at 170 Lyman Street in the heart of the River Arts District.
These collaborative events are aimed at
preparing small business owners, entrepreneurs, and creative minded individuals
for business planning. Find out how to assess your business ownership
skills and the feasibility of your idea. Participants will also learn
what type of information is needed in order to produce a viable and successful
Session handouts will include the SBTDC
Business Startup and Resource Guide, a business plan outline, additional
planning documents, and helpful resources to guide the planning process. There
will be an opportunity for discussion and to ask questions about specific
aspects of business. This session is FREE and open to anyone interested in
starting a business, but registration is required in order to secure
seating. To register, please visit the following link:
For questions about these sessions or how to
register, please contact Valerie Bennett at 828-398-7950.