Make it Happen in the Mon Valley
Do you want to start your own business but do not know if it is right for you? Do you have an idea for a business but do not know where to start? “Make It Happen in the Mon Valley” is designed to help you determine if starting a business is right for you and how to begin searching for the “right” business for you.
Business Leadership and Operations
Balancing management between people, production and limited resources can be quite the challenge for a small business owner. This seminar will focus on key strategies to efficiently and effectively operate your business. We will also discuss different ways to manage your staff in preparation for growth.
Financial Conditions of Your Business
Join us as we guide you through the key metrics in understanding your firm’s financial statements. Learn about income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements while focusing on what tolls you can use to gauge efficiency moving forward.
Lunch & Learn
Lunch & Learn
February 17th, 2016
12:00 - 1:30PM: Lunch and Speaker
Jim Gaffney, Managing Partner
Business Development Strategist
Sales Trainer & Consultant, Sandler Training
Leveraging LinkedIn for Stress Free Lead Development
Master Selling Techniques that Get Results.
A lack of results from sales is a frustrating situation. Learn unique business development strategies that leverage new social selling tactics. Net results from your efforts and stay motivated to generate new business.
Jim Gaffney stands out as the sales doctor par excellence who helps business leaders and sales executives take sales from also ran to a superior level. "I first diagnose the sales problem. Then, I tailor a solution to the situation of each, individual client."
Hampton Inn, Waterfront
301 West Waterfront Drive, Homestead, PA 15120
Cost: $20 members/$25 Non-members
Registration required by Friday, February 12th
The First Step: Mechanics of Starting a Small Busi
The First Step is designed for individuals who have never operated their own business or who want to take it from their garage to a storefront. The First Step will help you learn the steps necessary to start a new business and how to avoid some common pitfalls.
The Second Step: Creating a Business Plan
Successful business owners have a vision and develop a plan to achieve their vision. The Second Step will help you develop a business plan, a tool successful business owners use to guide their businesses’ growth.