SUNY Broome Community College Where Start-ups happen. Entrepreneurship Assistance Centers

This comprehensive 60-hour training program beginning September 14, 2020 – December 10, 2020, is scheduled for Monday and Thursday evenings from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm virtually online using Zoom, is designed to assist women, minorities, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and dislocated workers in Broome, Tioga, Chenango and Delaware counties through the process of developing a business plan.

This fall program has been provided since 2005 and has proven to lead to business start-up and growth success. The one-on-one assistance is for you and your business and to address the specific topics of concern for you. For the serious entrepreneur thinking of starting up, it will provide the information you need to determine if your business idea is feasible, sustainable and will make money! For the serious entrepreneur currently in business and ready for growth, it will provide insight into thinking “outside of the box” to offer your product or service in a new light to entice new customers to buy and current customers to buy more!

This year’s instructor is local entrepreneur Rob Salamida, founder of State Fair Spiedie Sauces, Marinades and Spices. He will bring practicality to small business management and share real life business examples and stories. What to do, what not to do!

Fee: $149.00, Veterans: Only $25.00 with copy or picture of your DD214.
Call +1 (607) 778-5012 today to register.

The Entrepreneurial Assistance Center is funded by a grant through Empire State Development for small business development.