Are you looking to hire your first employee in SE Michigan?
The Michigan SBDC has provided a wonderful article for guidance and understanding on how to hire and manage employees. If you are looking for further information contact SCORE SE Michigan for a Mentor!
If you are still at the idea stage for your future business, you might consider using the Business Model Canvas as an easier way to get started before you write a Business Plan.
The Business Model Canvas is a one-page graphical way to get necessary elements of a successful business down on paper that you might find very useful.
Running a business can be overwhelming, but knowing where to focus your marketing efforts is the key! This session will answer your pressing questions like: What's the right way to kickstart my marketing? How much should I invest in getting it off the ground? And most importantly - how do I keep the momentum going long-term in a sustainable way?
Presenter: Jade Scherr, owner of HexaHive
This SBA Guide is a tool that will help you learn about the SE Michigan Small Business Association (SBA) and how it can help provide financing capital for your business
Come and Celebrate our local entrepreneurs!
Nominate Entrepreneurs for the Awards!*
*Nominations will be accepted for entrepreneurs in Grand Forks County and East Grand Forks.
Are you looking for a few quick steps to begin the process of starting a Non-Profit?
We have a list of resources links to help you in SE Michigan.
Your local Illinois SBDC at Bradley University will hold a "Support Your Local SBDC Day" Open House (4:30pm to 7:00pm) for their clients, stakeholders, resource partners, friends, and the community as a whole to join in the conversation. Pop in, meet the team, mingle, enjoy the relaxing environment with hors d'oeuvres and refreshments, and have FUN! SBDC Day is a national, collective proclamation of the impact that America's Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) have on the success of our nation's dreamers, innovators and doers - America's small businesses.
Your “solopreneur” business has taken off, and you’ve achieved your dream of being your own boss. Congratulations!
But now, are you ready to be someone else’s boss? Most self-employed entrepreneurs reach a point when, even with the help of freelancers or outside contractors, they have more business than they can handle. At this stage,
the only way to keep growing—and growing more profitable—is to hire employees.
Presented by - Ken Myers and Steve Moser from SCORE.
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