At about $9.37 per class, Wilmington’s Small Business Success Series is a bargain.
The eight-week course helps aspiring entrepreneurs develop and write a killer business plan, complete with networking and one-on-one business plan counseling.
Beginning on March 19, selected entrepreneurs will have classes every Tuesday at Hercules Plaza at 1313 N. Market St. from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The fee for the course in $75 ($100 for non-Wilmington residents).
“This is a wonderful opportunity for current business owners — or those who wish to start their own business — to network with peers and learn some of the best practices related to business development,” said Mayor Mike Purzycki in a statement. “Small businesses are the backbone of our City’s economy — I am pleased that Wilmington is able to again offer this valuable program and I encourage those who have either developed or undeveloped business goals to attend.”
Attention #entrepreneurs in #WilmDE!! Mayor @mikePurzycki has announced the return of the #SmallBusinessSuccess Series Program. Learn how to create and implement a #businessplan in this 8-week course. Application deadline is April 13th. #ItsTimeWilmDE https://t.co/g2MWDLGawv pic.twitter.com/ga7k8j3x9x
— City of Wilmington (@wilmingtondegov) February 28, 2019
Applications are now open for the series, with interviews running through March 13. Spots are limited; apply here.
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