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How to Identify and Evaluate Business Growth Opportunities
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About the event

For the 2018-2019 SCORE Educational Series, we are moving beyond the startup and looking at growth potential for your business, including analysis, evaluation, questions to ask, tools you can use, and so much more!

Your business is growing and you are thinking about how to intelligently keep the growth pattern going. You will need to do some research and analysis about your products/services, customers, marketing channels, resources available and personal preferences to identify specific growth opportunities, and then evaluate your options and choose. This may seem like an imposing task, but help is available!

This session will provide you with:

  • Advice and analytical tools to assist you to identify the most attractive growth options for your business at a particular time
  • Suggest methods to compare opportunities to determine which one(s) are best for your business right now

We are excited to have Steve Densham from the Vermont SBDC as our key speaker, so please join us for a discussion regarding small business growth!

Vermont SCORE is your local source for free and confidential small business mentors ... for the life of your business!

Recording Date:  December 12, 2018

New England Federal Credit Union

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Free and Educational Seminars at NEFCU can give you deeper understanding of financial issues, empower you to make better decisions on money matters and increase your self-reliance. NEFCU and our partners are committed to member education.

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