Free workshops for entrepreneurs and small businesses to be held in Kearny

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Kearny – Have you always wanted to start your own business or grow the one you have? Are you sure you want to get started, but, fuzzy on the details of what you need to do?

It may seem that with the economy being what it is, that it is a bad time to start a business. The fact is, there is never a perfect time to launch, or not to launch, a business based on larger economic trends. If the economy is doing poorly, you are more likely to be able to find good deals on rental space and equipment, while, if the economy is strong there are more consumers out there with dollars burning holes in their pockets. So, how do you know if your idea is right for the economic time you are dealing with? You do your homework and learn from those who already know what they are doing.

To start building your future, or, to make sure that what you have already started stays on the right track, call 520-490-8433 to reserve a seat for one, or all four, free workshops which will be presented by the Copper Corridor Business Success Center over the next few months at the Church of the Good Shepherd, in Ray Hall, 617 Danbury Road, Highway 177 in Kearny.

Each session provides tools you can use, immediately, to start or expand your business. It’s a chance to learn from experts and network with other business owners in the Copper Corridor. Join us for relaxed and informative workshops.

All workshops are held on Tuesdays, from 11 am – 1 pm. On Feb. 18, the course is Starting Your Own Business; Mar. 4 brings you How to Market Your Service or Product; Developing Your Brand will be held Mar. 18; and, the series will wrap up on April 8 with Social Media 101.

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