TWC offers fall business workshop series to community

Posted on: July 25, 2014

Beginning in September, TWC's Business Administration Department will be offering a series of business workshops that will be open to the public.

Beginning in September, Tennessee Wesleyan College’s Business Administration Department will be offering a series of business workshops that will be open to the public. The “Successful Business Planning Workshop: How to Win at Monopoly for Real” will be offered for eight Thursdays throughout September, October, and November. To be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on select Thursday evenings, the workshops can be purchased for $199 for all eight sessions.

The workshops are funded partly by a United States Department of Agriculture grant. TWC designed this workshop series for business and community leaders, to provide guidance and assistance to existing and prospective small business owners on the essentials of business.

The workshop series schedule is as follows:

                             9/25                       Business Introduction & Creation of a Business Plan

                             10/2                       Communications Management

                             10/9                       Budgeting & Accounting              

                             10/16                     Legal & Marketing

                             10/23                     Information Technology

                             10/30                     Human Resources

                             11/6                        Finance

                             11/13                     Panel Discussion with Area Business Leaders

 “The goal of this program is to assist start-up and existing businesses in the area with the basics needed to start and maintain a thriving business,” said John Alpers, TWC instructor of business. “TWC has over a hundred years of combined experience on staff that we feel can assist these groups.” 

For more information, contact John Alpers by email at jalpers@twcnet.edu or visit www.twcnet.edu/bizworkshop to register.