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Start-Up Costs
Miramar Business Academy Series
Live Event (online)
woman working at home in the kitchen with financial papers, counting on a calculator, paying bills, planning a budget
Date & Time: November 6, 2023, 6:30pm EST
Cost: $0.00
Duration: 120 minutes Language: English Register Now
About the event

Many businesses fail because they run out of cash. That can be caused by underestimating startup costs. Money needed for supplies, inventory, marketing, compensation, etc. was spent before the business opened on startup costs that were not planned for. As a result, the business is cash strapped from day one. In this webinar you will:

  • Identify start up costs for physical assets.
  • Determine startup costs for services.
  • Calculate working capital reserves needed.
  • Identify what cash is needed.
  • Identify the sources of those funds.
Miramar, Beauty and Progress, est. 1955

The City of Miramar

The City of Miramar was incorporated May 26, 1955. At the time of incorporation, the City had a population of less than 200 people. With approximately 2.9 square miles land area, Miramar's original city boundaries were: Southwest 64th Avenue on the east, University Drive on the west the Dade County Line on the south, and Pembroke Road on the north.

The City of Miramar
About the presenters
George Gremse
Mr. Gremse is the Chapter Chairman at SCORE Broward. He has held senior management positions in Fortune 500 companies like Hertz Rent a Car, Citibank, and Adecco Staffing as well as start-ups. He is President of Jolizmo Consulting and Investments, Inc. He was Interim CEO and a member of the Board of Directors at Liberty Health Sciences.
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