Friday Roundtable: Start a home-based business

Tuesday, April 5, 2016


This Friday's roundtable: Start a home-based business - featured guest: Annie's Walk and Talk Founder, Ann Conklin.
Friday April 8, 1:00pm - 2:30pm
“After attending several of Ron’s Roundtable sessions, I met Tiffany Mcveety, who was a guest speaker and teaches entrepreneurship at SSC. My sister and I spent nine months on a novel idea and took all of the steps necessary to start a business and a full-fledged business plan. Though I shelved the idea in October of 2014, the process enabled me to start Annie's Walk and Talk that December. Simply dog walking and pet sitting. I knew I needed another stream of income that was dog oriented and something of consequence that I believed in. In March of 2015, I found the perfect company to help fulfill my wishes. Using a direct sales model, PawTree offers a customized nutrition program that utilizes an algorithm to identify the best food/dry kibble and supplements for your dog’s needs.”  -Ann Conklin

Not too long ago, Ann told me she sometimes has more business than she can handle and has in the process networked for other great ideas. 

Come by and hear her success and even the failure or two that lead up to her awesome idea.

Also, I have something current on the psychological and practical angles of “dressing for success” – probably not what you think.

As always, strong coffee and sweet treats play a part in this, compliments of Central Market.

Shoreline Community College Room 5116, Building 5000 (ground floor), 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline 98133, SCC Campus MapParking.

Ron Carnell, Workforce Coordinator

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