SCORE Southeast Wisconsin Chapter will conduct a business workshop titled “Starting a Business? – Readiness Assessment” on Saturday, September 10, 2011. According to Albert Lo, chapter education chairman, this workshop is focused on those who are considering going into business for themselves.
Workshop leaders will discuss many of the myths and realities of being an entrepreneur and will go through a number of self evaluation tools to make sure it’s right for the attendees. Once participants know they are ready to own their own business, leaders will review a checklist of things to do before investing money in starting a business.
The workshop will be held at the Milwaukee County Research Park, 10437 Innovation Drive, Wauwatosa, in Room 121, 9 AM – 12 Noon. The fee is $35 per person, and $20 for each additional person from the same firm. Advance reservations are required for admission, and can be obtained by calling SCORE Southeast Wisconsin at 414-297-3942 or by visiting its website, ww.scoresewisconsin.org to register or for additional information about the workshop.
SCORE’s mission is to help emerging and existing businesses succeed. It is a nonprofit association dedicated to educating entrepreneurs and to the formation, growth and success of small business nationwide. SCORE is a resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), and partners with the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and several chambers of commerce and other business and community organizations.
The southeast Wisconsin chapter was started in 1965, and now consists of 60 mentors with varied executive and entrepreneurial backgrounds, providing free business counseling to prospective and current business owners.
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