Entrepreneurship for Small Businesses

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Lincoln County: Tuesday, September 8 | Registration CLOSED

Adams County: To Be Scheduled

Simpson County: To Be Scheduled

 

Who should take this course?

During this season, small business owners are learning to adjust in order to survive, and entrepreneurs are considering new opportunities. No matter the case, this course is a unique chance to engage a larger think tank and to network among other small-business owners.

 

What should participants expect?

Subject matter experts will be speaking each night to cover the topics on the outline. Most speakers will be local professionals such as bankers, attorneys, tax accountants, marketing professionals. . . .to name a few.

Course concepts include entrepreneurship; recognizing and evaluating opportunities; planning for, starting, and operating a business; marketing and sales; and financial management.

Specific topics include:

  • Entrepreneurship Fundamentals
  • Entrepreneurial Marketing
  • Entrepreneurial Finance
  • Launching Your Business
  • Entrepreneurial Strategies
  • Innovation in Product Development
  • Digital Economy
  • Human Resources Management
  • Legal Issues in Entrepreneurship
  • Global Entrepreneurship

 

How was this program developed?

"Entrepreneurship for Small Businesses" is a pilot program and made possible through the partnership between Copiah-Lincoln Community College, the University of Southern Mississippi, and the Small Business Development Center. 

 

What is the Entrepreneur Small Business Certification?

The ESB certification is built to test and validate foundation-level concepts and knowledge in entrepreneurship and small business management. These core concepts include entrepreneurship; recognizing and evaluating opportunities; planning for, starting, and operating a business; marketing and sales; and financial management. 

 

When and Where?

Copiah-Lincoln Community College is hosting the 12-week series of classes on Tuesdays starting September 15, 2020. Sessions will meet from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Hurst Review (127 Railroad Avenue, Brookhaven, Mississippi).

 

Contact:

Co-Lin Workforce Development Center | careertraining@colin.edu | 601.643.8707