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Fall in for Loyalton’s Business Boot Camp

Fall In! Join the ranks and enlist in a free Business Boot Camp designed to build your business and help you create your business plan.

Creating a strategic business plan can provide you with a road map in making your business dreams come true. Entrepreneurs, start-ups and small business owners will benefit from this three-day course that will cover market analysis, marketing strategies, finances, business law, pitfalls of small business and much more.

Expand your expertise, explore new opportunities, gain new resources, mingle with your peers and maximize your opportunities for success.

You’ll learn from a cadre of talented “B.I.’s” (Business Instructors). Enlistees have a chance to meet all of the Boot Camp B.I.’s “up close and personal” during one-on-one individual counseling. This Boot Camp is geared for the serious business owner, entrepreneurs and start-up businesses. The Business Boot Camp is scheduled for Sierra County, May 26 through 28 in Loyalton at the Senior Center. Boot Camp will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., with lunch, dinner and homework included. There is no cost for the Boot Camp. What have you got to lose?

Round up your troops for three power-packed days of business education. Don’t delay ” seating is limited and filling fast!

Funded by the Department of Labor ETA and WIRED funds. The Workforce Innovation in Regional Economic Development (WIRED) initiative was created in 2006 to integrate economic and workforce development activities to demonstrate that talent development can drive economic transformation in regional economies across the United States.

In cooperation with the Alliance for Workforce Development, the Sierra Economic Development Corporation (SEDCorp) is taking “enlistments” for the Business Boot Camp. Visit http://www.sedcorp.biz events calendar to view and print enlistment form.

Call SEDCorp at (530) 823-4703 or e-mail info@sedcorp.biz. HOO-AHH

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