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Get Low and No-Cost Training from Business Experts

SCORE Traverse City hosts affordable small business workshops -- both online webinars and live, in-person. Find everything you need to know to start a business or discover tools that will help your small business grow. Browse our workshops below!

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Marketing 101

Marketing is much more that just advertising or promoting your business on social media. In this virtual workshop, you will learn important marketing fundamentals that will help you make sure your business is noticed by the customers you want.

Business Model Basics

If you have basic questions on structuring your new business, this workshop is for you. Learn the different business models and tips on organizing your business.

Market Research

Learn how easily accessible market research tools can help you research your business idea, assess your potential, and develop your business and marketing plans.

Financing with Banks

Financing your business through a bank might seem daunting but in this workshop you will learn what information banks want to see when approving a business loan. You will learn some ins and outs to make obtaining a business loan easier to understand.

Taking Your Business to the Next Level

Discover how to evaluate and make improvements to your sales process, create an elevator pitch, and gain valuable networking tips and ideas. We’ll also cover tips for managing your time and people resources and when to utilize outside resources.

Creating Operating Agreements

If your business has more than one owner or decision-maker, you should have an operating agreement that specifies how the business operates, responsibilities, and how costs and revenue will be handled. This workshop is what you are looking for.

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1165 Herndon Parkway, Suite 100
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Herndon, VA 20170
(888) 796-4913

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