An Introduction to Entrepreneurship
An Introduction to Entrepreneurship workshop gives a glimpse into the realities of small business ownership. It "introduces" the issues that should be explored when considering owning and operating a business as a primary or sole source of income and financial development. Some issues include:
Discover what successful business owners know. Leave with two important elements of achieving financial independence, knowledge and perception.
Developing a Business Plan or Pro Forma
There is an adage most often attributed to Benjamin Franklin that states, "Failure to plan is planning to fail." Achieving financial independence through entrepreneurship requires planning and performance. Both are required toward success and accomplishment in any endeavor. This workshop discusses the benefits of documenting strategies for business development. Attendees will learn:
Discover the myths, realities and effect planning and performance has on operating a business.
Incorporating Your Business
Creating a business is relatively simple. The question of whether or not to form a legal entity complex. The focus of this workshop includes:
It is often suggested to seek competent advice before incorporating and dissolving a legal entity, learn why. Gain the knowledge that will enable you to make an informed decision to ensure that goals and intentions are met, both before and after formation. In addition, learn what is required to dissolve a legal entity to ensure that the shareholders, officers and directors are protected, even after the dissolution.
Accounting, The Language of Business
Accounting is the universal dialect of business. It is a language spoken in manager's meetings, boardrooms, and on Wall Street. Written communications, used by lending institutions and investors, are in the form of financial statements. This workshop will give attendees an understanding of the language of numbers. Topics include:
At the conclusion of this workshop, attendees will come to understand why accounting is the foundation on which successful businesses are built.
Taxation, A Certainty of Business Operations
Benjamin Franklin stated, "Nothing is certain except death and taxes." Taxation is an obligation faced by every business. Every business owner should know how taxation affects his or her business. In this workshop, learn:
In today's economy, there are tax advantages in owning a business. Learn what these advantages are and how your business can benefit from them.
The Going Concern of Business
There are four stages in the life cycle of business: inception, growth, maturity, and decline. There are constants and variables that affect each stage. This Workshop:
Successful businesses are properly managed, financially stable, compliant, and accountable. Learn the techniques that build success. Learn the theory of the going concern and how to apply it to the continuity of your business.
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