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Starting and Growing a Minority or Woman-Owned Small Business in SC

Have you ever dreamed of becoming a small business owner? Small businesses are the backbone of the U.S. economy. As an alternative to working for someone else, many job seekers today are considering small business ownership.

In today's challenging economy, small business start-up requires a tremendous amount of preparation including a strong business plan, choosing the right location, securing funding sources, completing a series of legal activities, hiring skilled staff, obtaining business licenses and permits and the willingness to ask for help. Asking for help when needed is simply good business practice. This help should include a trip to Richland Library for the 2013 Small Business Series!

Greg Davis, Manager - Small Business Development, SC Department of Commerce and Stanley Foreman, Program Coordinator - Office of Small and Minority Business Assistance, will share their small business expertise with you by providing an overview of the many resources available to the small business owner and those considering small business ownership.

Please join us at Richland Library for this first of four Small Business Learning Series programs on Wednesday evenings at 6:00 p.m. so that you can learn what you need to know to get your small business started and growing!

Event Date, Time and Location: Wednesday, March 6 - 6:00 p.m., auditorium at Main Library, 1431 Assembly Street

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