One of the keys to enable women to take charge of their professional growth and development is to own and manage their own business. Our Women’s Entrepreneurship courses are designed to address the specific needs, challenges, and opportunities faced by women seeking entrepreneurship as a viable, fulfilling career alternative to traditional forms of employment and a powerful means of earning income. Our Women’s Entrepreneurship courses will teach the financial and business fundamentals that every woman entrepreneur needs to know to compete and run her business profitably.
Your business structure will have important legal and tax implications. This course will teach you about the different types of business structures so you can find the one that’s best suited for your business. Business structures covered in this course include: Sole Proprietorship, LLC, Cooperative, Corporation, Partnership, and S Corporation.
Choose and Register Your Business The right business name is important. It should reflect your brand and it needs to be properly registered and protected. You should also ensure that the name is web-friendly and that the domain name is available. This course provides...
A Business Plan is critical to the success of your business venture. It’s your roadmap, projecting your plans, objectives, milestones, revenue projections, and the assets and strategies to achieve them. This course provides the tools you need to create an effective Business Plan to successfully inform and guide your decision-making.
There are certain federal and state licenses and permits you will need to obtain to legally operate your business. This course will help you determine which federal and or state license and permit requirements are necessary for your small business and will provide you information on how to obtain them.
It’s critical to define your business’s organizational structure, ownership details, management team profiles, and the qualifications of your board of directors. This course helps you address who does what in the business, what their backgrounds and responsibilities are, and why they are being brought in as board members or employees.
One of the keys to enable women to take charge of their professional growth and development is to own and manage their own business.
To be successful, women business owners must ensure they have a strong grasp of marketing fundamentals and marketing strategies that will help ensure continued growth for their enterprise.
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