Training and workshops come up frequently in the rural business news. Here are some recent articles that include ideas you can use in your own area.
Workshop series uses multiple locations
“The entrepreneur has the vision for the business,” Jim Hogge, director of the Small Business Development Center at Boise State University, said in a statement. “These workshops are designed to help with the nuts and bolts to ensure the business will succeed.”
Starting a business, the basics of ebay, hiring employees and marketing for specialty foods are all planned. From The Idaho Statesman.
Oklahoma workshop cosponsored by tribe, agency
“The forum will present a number of topics, including ‘Financing for your Small Business, Business Feasibility Planning, Marketing Techniques to Grow Your Business and Taking the Mystery our of Credit Reports,’” said Dr. Rackley. “These are among the most important issues facing small business owners and entrepreneurs in their quest to establish and maintain a viable business.”
“We recognize the potential of job creation that can be developed with the successes of the growing number of home-based women entrepreneurs and plan these meetings to encourage their business expansions.”
From Pottawatomie Online.
Louisiana free workshops draw multiple partners
This project is a partnership between Health Tonics, the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Rural Development, Louisiana Economic Development, Louisiana Municipal Association, Louisiana Business and Technology Center, LSU Ag Center and Louisiana Small Business Development Center (LSBDC) Network.
Women in Rural Enterprise training new rural entrepreneurs
The conference is aimed at women who are starting a business, already established, or considering becoming entrepreneurs in rural areas.
Read about it in the Yorkshire Post Today Business News.
A member of WIRE talks about her business in the Malvern Gazette.
Business school for rural women in India
“Since technical skills alone are inadequate to turn the women into entrepreneurs, students will also be offered other important business tools through programmes on financial literacy, marketing techniques and communication skills. In addition, confidence-building techniques will be used to supplement the technical and financial training; without confidence, it is very difficult to turn skilled women into successful entrepreneurs,” Chetna points out.
From The Hindu Business Line.
[Photo by Jeanne of Entrepreneur Day in Woodward.]
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