Weekly lunchtime workshops to Quick Start small businesses in Shoreline

Monday, November 15, 2010

As the result of a collaboration between the City of Shoreline Economic Development office and Shoreline Community College, owners of new and emerging businesses in Shoreline have resources and weekly meetings to help them start, maintain, and grow their businesses.

Mark McVeety, Director of the Small Business Accelerator at the Center for Business & Continuing Education at Shoreline Community College, directs the project.

We have workshops, classes, one-on-one counseling and opportunities for community involvement.

Join us for our follow-up study group every Thursday from 12:00 to 1:30 pm on the 3rd floor of Shoreline City Hall. This will be an opportunity to discuss with each other how the principles we learned in the workshop can be applied to our own business.

We are proud that most of our instructors come from our own community. If you are interested in leading a workshop, please contact us today!

Called the Brown-Bag Lunch and Learn, sessions are held from 12:00 - 1:30 pm Tuesdays at Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Avenue North, Shoreline.
Bring your lunch.  Because of sponsorship, there is no charge for the sessions.

Contact Mark McVeety  for more information.
Check the Community Calendar to confirm workshops, study groups and special events.

Scheduled through the end of January 2011:

Nov 16
Audit-Proof Systems for Your Business
Hannah Thomson

Nov 23
No Workshop

Nov 30
Tips for Avoiding the "Hidden" Expense: How to Reduce/Eliminate Employee Theft - Beyond Pens and Pencils.
Doug Rector

Dec 7
Unleashing your Business through the Art of Numbers
Raoul Rivera

Dec 14
Online Marketing for Your Business
Wes Wood

Dec 21
Quick Start Shoreline Cider and Cookies Holiday Open-House!

Dec 28
No Workshop

Jan 4
Be the Expert: Craft Your Speech or Seminar
Sandy Bjorgen

Jan 11
Brand Imaging in the Automotive World and Beyond
Brian Canfield, Mark Sabo

Jan 18
Turn Limiting Beliefs into Empowering Beliefs that Transform Your Business
Pam Jackson

Jan 25
Improve Your Bottom Line By Being Organized
Maulitta Brown


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