— from Victoria Compton —
All entrepreneurs wonder if there is a market for their business ideas, or if they will make money from them. Join the San Juan County Economic Development Council (EDC) for a free workshop to learn more about Business Feasibility, on February 28 from 10-11:30 a.m. on Orcas Island, sponsored by Island Market and the Small Business Development Center (SBDC). Advance registration is required.
One of the most important steps for entrepreneurs in starting their new businesses is to assess their ideas’ feasibility, to minimize risks and to increase their businesses’ potential for success. This workshop will be led by Tony Salas of the SBDC, and a management consultant for over a decade. The course will cover the steps necessary to assess the market, manage risk, determine economic and technological feasibility, and to ensure greater success for a startup or business expansion.
Details: Orcas Island, Tuesday, February 28 from 10-11:30 a.m. at the Orcas Island Fire Department. Free workshop; advance registration is required: edcfeasibility.eventbrite.com. Questions: 360-378-2906 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The EDC thanks the SBDC, Island Market, San Juan County government, our ports, the Town of Friday Harbor, Heritage Bank, Islanders Bank, Island Market, and the Department of Commerce for their support of this workshop.
The San Juan County Economic Development Council (EDC) strives to strengthen and diversify the economy of San Juan County. We believe a strong economy builds a strong community. The EDC works to build an environment that helps business owners create jobs. We serve business: linking organizations and resources, providing valuable information, rendering assistance and advocating for an improved island business environment.
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