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Developing a Business Plan

The importance of planning should never be overlooked. This course will take you through the step-by-step process of developing a business plan.

What Makes a Family Business Successful?

Are you the proud owner of a family-owned company? From succession planning to company culture, these family business tips and insights, based on stats from SCORE’s latest business infographic, will help you build a roadmap to success and increase the chance of transitioning into the next generation.

Creating a Profit and Loss Statement

This workshop will help you develop a profit and loss statement for your company by implementing a single-step or multi-step formatted statement.

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Business Plan Template for an Established Business

Download our free business plan template for your established business as a Word doc. A business plan for an established business serves as a roadmap guiding the growth and continued success of your business throughout its next stages.

Creating A Strategic Plan

This free online workshop provides the components needed to implement a strategic plan, such as a mission statement, goals, objectives and an action plan.

Analyzing Your Competition

This workshop will show you how to gather competitive intelligence, provide case studies, and help you set yourself apart from the competition.


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