April 4, 2020

Providence Public Library Offers Free Small Business Workshop Series Beginning March 7

Thinking of Starting a Small Business?

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Providence, RI – In conjunction with RI SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) Providence Public Library (PPL) will begin its spring Starting a Small Business Workshop Series on Saturday, March 7, from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm in the Library’s Seminar Room (3rd Floor), 225 Washington Street. The eight-session series will run through April 25.

If you are thinking of starting a business of your own and wondering where to begin, get the basics at this FREE informational workshop series. RI SCORE counselors present and discuss the various aspects of planning and owning a business. PPL staff discusses print and electronic resources available at the Library to research your business and marketing plan.

Registration is required. Please check our calendar at www.provlib.org for information about the series and to sign up. You can register for all eight or individual sessions.

Schedule of Workshops
Mar 7 — Where Do I Begin? - Administrative & Legal Considerations

Mar 14 — Social Media For Your Business - New Tools & Techniques for 2020

Mar 21 — Grow Your Book of Business - Marketing for Start-ups & Established Businesses

Mar 28 — It’s Who THEY Know that Counts - The Art & Science of Power Networking

Apr 4 — Show Me the Money Part 1 - Taxes for the Small Business

Apr 11 — Show Me the Money Part 2 - Accounting for the Small Business

Apr 18 — Discovering Your Business Model Part 1 - Starting Your Business Plan

Apr 25 — Discovering Your Business Model Part 2- Finalizing Your Business Plan

Please Register Early...sessions fill up quickly. For details on each session and to sign up, visit www.provlib.org/calendar/
Contact Ann Poulos with questions pplref@provlib.org
(Please put “Attention: Ann P” in the subject line) or 401-455-8005.

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