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Embrace the Waves #1: Learning to Swim Webinar

September 9, 2020 @ 10:00 am 11:00 am

Learning to swim is all about understanding the basics of business, so that you can stay afloat when you get into the water or after getting hit by a big wave.

This webinar focuses on the core of business development. Can your business make money? What is your breakeven? What is your potential profit for the remainder of the year and next?

Now is the perfect time to re-assess and adapt for the next wave of business. Once you are clear on the amount of money you need to make, then you can focus on creating good products, good customer service, and developing your marketing plan. Start with a solid foundation by knowing your numbers. Stay centered on the basics and grow a strong, healthy business.

Join Tina Heathers, Business Lending Consultant with Community Futures Huron, for this webinar that reveals the tips you need to become a successful entrepreneur and grow and manage a business in wavy waters.

To register for this webinar, visit https://learning-to-swim-business-basics.eventbrite.ca.

This webinar is part of a 6-part webinar series. Please feel free to come to one of all of the sessions.

To register, visit https://learning-to-swim-business-basics.eventbrite.ca.

Webinar Dates:
September 9, 2020 | Learning to Swim: Back to Basics
September 21, 2020 | How to Use Floating Devices to Manage Your Business Effectively
October 5, 2020 | How to Get More Customers to Test the Waters
October 21, 2020 | How to Swim with Your Customers
November 4, 2020 | Watching for the Wave: Understanding When it’s Coming & How to Make the Best of It
November 16, 2020  | Sink or Swim: Help Your Business Survive the Next Wave

Please Note: Registrants will receive email reminders directly from Event Brite that will include Zoom meeting information. Please remember to check your junk mail for this email.


Huron County Economic Development

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