Mar
11
Mon
McLennan SBDC: How to Finance Your Small Business (Burleson)
Mar 11 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

This class is a comprehensive overview of the different funding options available for your small business and the qualifications for each. This class will cover sources of funding, Lender requirements, and other funding considerations.

Ken Byrd, Business Advisor, of McLennan Small Business Development Center teaches this FREE class. Register by calling 817-426-9211.

* This program does not constitute endorsement by the library of the individual presenter’s policies or beliefs.

 

 

Mar
25
Mon
McLennan SBDC: How to Start a Small Business (Waco)
Mar 25 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Moderator – Tim Holtkamp, Business Advisor, McLennan SBDC

Location – Community Services Center, MCC, Room E111

Description – How to Start a Small Business

Cost – $39

Protect your family, business, and your assets with this lifelong learning class.   It’s back to basics! If you want to start a business but don’t know where to begin, then this class is for you. This class will address many of the questions you should ask yourself before beginning the process of starting a new business. Instructor Tim Holtkamp will cover the process of starting the business such as how to analyze feasibility of your idea, business plan, sources of capital, and how to create a competitive analysis.

Register by calling 299-8888 or click here: McLennan Community College Continuing Education

Apr
1
Mon
McLennan SBDC: How to Write a Business Plan (Waco)
Apr 1 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Moderator – Tim Holtkamp, Business Advisor, McLennan SBDC

Location – Community Services Center, MCC, Room E153

Description – How to Write a Business Plan

Cost – $29

Protect your family, business, and your assets with this lifelong learning class.  This class will teach you in detail the seven essential sections of a business plan: what you should include, what you shouldn’t include, how to work the numbers and additional resources you can turn to for help. Anyone is welcome to come and learn from Tim Holtkamp and pairs perfectly with the other “HOW TO” series about small business.

Register by calling 299-8888 or click here: https://cereg.mclennan.edu/courses.aspx?Parameter=18&Topic=CP&Subtopic=Personal+Finance&SubtopicCode=CEPF

Apr
8
Mon
McLennan SBDC: How to Finance Your Small Business (Waco)
Apr 8 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Moderator – Tim Holtkamp, Business Advisor, McLennan SBDC

Location – Community Services Center, MCC, Room E111

Description – Finance Your Small Business

Cost – $29

This class is a comprehensive overview of the different funding options available for your small business and the qualifications for each. This class will cover topics such as: Sources of Funding, Lender Requirements and Other Funding Considerations. Anyone is welcome to come and learn from Tim Holtkamp and pairs perfectly with the other “how to” series about small business.

Register by calling 299-8888 or click here: https://cereg.mclennan.edu/courses.aspx?Parameter=18&Topic=CP&Subtopic=Personal+Finance&SubtopicCode=CEPF

 

 

Apr
10
Wed
McLennan SBDC: Financial Planning and Statements (Temple)
Apr 10 @ 8:30 am – 10:00 am

Learn how to read financial statements and what they mean to your business.  It’s back to basics! If you want to know the difference between and cash flow, income statement and balance sheet, then this class is for you. This class will address many of the questions you may have for your tax professional or bookkeeper. Instructor Jason Ehler will cover the process of using projections to analyze feasibility of your idea and how to create a competitive analysis.

For the sake of personalized interaction and to allow for addressing individual questions, the seminars will be limited to 12 individuals. They will detail various topics critical to the success of small businesses. Themes such as basic start-up knowledge, technical financial assistance, strategic planning, leadership, marketing, expanding your business, and more will be addressed.

New entrepreneurs and businesses will have the chance to schedule appointments for free, in-depth counseling and consultation on several topics including business planning, financial analysis and strategic sales plans. These services provided by the SBDC are open to any small business in the greater Temple community.

The McLennan SBDC gives management and technical assistance to local small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs. Their business consultation services provide face-to-face meetings discussing topics ranging from business plan development, capital acquisition, marketing, regulatory compliance, to global trade. The SBDC partnership includes the Small Business Administration, the North Texas SBDC, the McLennan Community College and the Temple Chamber of Commerce.

Apr
15
Mon
McLennan SBDC: How to Market Your Small Business (Waco)
Apr 15 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Moderator – Tim Holtkamp, Business Advisor, McLennan SBDC

Location – Community Services Center, MCC, Room E111

Description – How to Market a Small Business

Cost – $29

Protect your family, business, and your assets with this lifelong learning class. This class will give a small business owner an overview of Marketing not advertising. We will help you determine who your customer is and how your product or service is positioned and perceived in the marketplace. We will show you how to determine what your strengths and weakness are as well as those of your competition. Anyone is welcome to come and learn from Tim Holtkamp and pairs perfectly with the other “HOW TO” series about small business.

Register by calling 299-8724 or click here: McLehttps://cereg.mclennan.edu/courses.aspx?Parameter=18&Topic=CP&Subtopic=Personal+Finance&SubtopicCode=CEPFnnan Community College Continuing Education

 

 

Apr
29
Mon
McLennan SBDC: House Flipping 101
Apr 29 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Moderator – Tim Holtkamp, Business Advisor, McLennan SBDC

Location – Community Services Center, MCC, Room E111

Description – House Flipping 101

Cost – $99 (Includes classes on April 29, May 6, May 13)

Are you a new investor or a part-time investor looking to make money or build your wealth through real estate? This comprehensive class includes all materials and teaches fundamentals, advanced strategies, and TRADE SECRETS for how to find, negotiate, buy, and sell properties, HERE IN WACO! How a full or part-time career in Real Estate can generate profit, income, and wealth. You will be introduced to all of the top strategies (wholesaling, short selling, sub-to’s, wraps, options, and more. This course designed to introduce you to everything you need to hit the ground running and start investing immediately!

Register by calling 299-8888 or click here: McLennan Chttps://cereg.mclennan.edu/courses.aspx?Parameter=18&Topic=CP&Subtopic=Personal+Finance&SubtopicCode=CEPFommunity College Continuing Education

May
6
Mon
McLennan SBDC: Government Contracting 101 (Temple)
May 6 @ 8:30 am – 10:00 am

Learn what it takes to get started and participate in Government Contracting on both the State and Federal level. Items covered include registering with SAM(System Awards Management) system, CMBL(Central Masters Bidders List) and HUB(Historical Underutilized Business).

For the sake of personalized interaction and to allow for addressing individual questions, the seminars will be limited to 12 individuals. They will detail various topics critical to the success of small businesses. Themes such as basic start-up knowledge, technical financial assistance, strategic planning, leadership, marketing, expanding your business, and more will be addressed.

New entrepreneurs and businesses will have the chance to schedule appointments for free, in-depth counseling and consultation on several topics including business planning, financial analysis and strategic sales plans. These services provided by the SBDC are open to any small business in the greater Temple community.

The McLennan SBDC gives management and technical assistance to local small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs. Their business consultation services provide face-to-face meetings discussing topics ranging from business plan development, capital acquisition, marketing, regulatory compliance, to global trade. The SBDC partnership includes the Small Business Administration, the North Texas SBDC, the McLennan Community College and the Temple Chamber of Commerce.

McLennan SBDC: House Flipping 101
May 6 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Moderator – Tim Holtkamp, Business Advisor, McLennan SBDC

Location – Community Services Center, MCC, Room E111

Description – House Flipping 101

Cost – $99 (Includes classes on April 29, May 6, May 13)

Are you a new investor or a part-time investor looking to make money or build your wealth through real estate? This comprehensive class includes all materials and teaches fundamentals, advanced strategies, and TRADE SECRETS for how to find, negotiate, buy, and sell properties, HERE IN WACO! How a full or part-time career in Real Estate can generate profit, income, and wealth. You will be introduced to all of the top strategies (wholesaling, short selling, sub-to’s, wraps, options, and more. This course designed to introduce you to everything you need to hit the ground running and start investing immediately!

Register by calling 299-8888 or click here: McLennan Chttps://cereg.mclennan.edu/courses.aspx?Parameter=18&Topic=CP&Subtopic=Personal+Finance&SubtopicCode=CEPFommunity College Continuing Education

May
8
Wed
McLennan SBDC: Lender Requirements – Working with your Bank (Temple)
May 8 @ 8:30 am – 10:00 am

This class is a comprehensive overview of the different funding options available for your small business and the qualifications for each. This class will cover sources of funding, Lender requirements, and other funding considerations how to work with your lender.

For the sake of personalized interaction and to allow for addressing individual questions, the seminars will be limited to 12 individuals. They will detail various topics critical to the success of small businesses. Themes such as basic start-up knowledge, technical financial assistance, strategic planning, leadership, marketing, expanding your business, and more will be addressed.

New entrepreneurs and businesses will have the chance to schedule appointments for free, in-depth counseling and consultation on several topics including business planning, financial analysis and strategic sales plans. These services provided by the SBDC are open to any small business in the greater Temple community.

The McLennan SBDC gives management and technical assistance to local small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs. Their business consultation services provide face-to-face meetings discussing topics ranging from business plan development, capital acquisition, marketing, regulatory compliance, to global trade. The SBDC partnership includes the Small Business Administration, the North Texas SBDC, the McLennan Community College and the Temple Chamber of Commerce.

May
13
Mon
McLennan SBDC: Government Contracting 101 (Temple)
May 13 @ 8:30 am – 10:00 am

Learn what it takes to get started and participate in Government Contracting on both the State and Federal level. Items covered include registering with SAM(System Awards Management) system, CMBL(Central Masters Bidders List) and HUB(Historical Underutilized Business).

For the sake of personalized interaction and to allow for addressing individual questions, the seminars will be limited to 12 individuals. They will detail various topics critical to the success of small businesses. Themes such as basic start-up knowledge, technical financial assistance, strategic planning, leadership, marketing, expanding your business, and more will be addressed.

New entrepreneurs and businesses will have the chance to schedule appointments for free, in-depth counseling and consultation on several topics including business planning, financial analysis and strategic sales plans. These services provided by the SBDC are open to any small business in the greater Temple community.

The McLennan SBDC gives management and technical assistance to local small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs. Their business consultation services provide face-to-face meetings discussing topics ranging from business plan development, capital acquisition, marketing, regulatory compliance, to global trade. The SBDC partnership includes the Small Business Administration, the North Texas SBDC, the McLennan Community College and the Temple Chamber of Commerce.

McLennan SBDC: House Flipping 101
May 13 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Moderator – Tim Holtkamp, Business Advisor, McLennan SBDC

Location – Community Services Center, MCC, Room E111

Description – House Flipping 101

Cost – $99 (Includes classes on April 29, May 6, May 13)

Are you a new investor or a part-time investor looking to make money or build your wealth through real estate? This comprehensive class includes all materials and teaches fundamentals, advanced strategies, and TRADE SECRETS for how to find, negotiate, buy, and sell properties, HERE IN WACO! How a full or part-time career in Real Estate can generate profit, income, and wealth. You will be introduced to all of the top strategies (wholesaling, short selling, sub-to’s, wraps, options, and more. This course designed to introduce you to everything you need to hit the ground running and start investing immediately!

Register by calling 299-8888 or click here: McLennan Chttps://cereg.mclennan.edu/courses.aspx?Parameter=18&Topic=CP&Subtopic=Personal+Finance&SubtopicCode=CEPFommunity College Continuing Education

McLennan SBDC: How to Start a Small Business (Burleson)
May 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

It’s back to basics! If you want to start a business but don’t know where to begin, then this class is for you. This class will address many of the questions you should ask yourself before beginning the process of starting a new business. The class will also cover the process of starting the business such as how to analyze feasibility of your idea, business plan, sources of capital, and how to create a competitive analysis.

Ken Byrd, Business Advisor, of McLennan Small Business Development Center teaches this FREE class.

Register by calling 817-426-9211.

Jun
12
Wed
McLennan SBDC: How to Market Your Small Business (Temple)
Jun 12 @ 8:30 am – 10:00 am

Protect your family, business, and your assets with this lifelong learning class. This class will give a small business owner an overview of Marketing not advertising. We will help you determine who your customer is and how your product or service is positioned and perceived in the marketplace. We will show you how to determine what your strengths and weakness are as well as those of your competition. Anyone is welcome to come and learn from Jason Ehler and pairs perfectly with the other “HOW TO” series about small business.

For the sake of personalized interaction and to allow for addressing individual questions, the seminars will be limited to 12 individuals. They will detail various topics critical to the success of small businesses. Themes such as basic start-up knowledge, technical financial assistance, strategic planning, leadership, marketing, expanding your business, and more will be addressed.

New entrepreneurs and businesses will have the chance to schedule appointments for free, in-depth counseling and consultation on several topics including business planning, financial analysis and strategic sales plans. These services provided by the SBDC are open to any small business in the greater Temple community.

The McLennan SBDC gives management and technical assistance to local small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs. Their business consultation services provide face-to-face meetings discussing topics ranging from business plan development, capital acquisition, marketing, regulatory compliance, to global trade. The SBDC partnership includes the Small Business Administration, the North Texas SBDC, the McLennan Community College and the Temple Chamber of Commerce.

 

 

Jul
10
Wed
McLennan SBDC: Government Contracting 101 (Temple)
Jul 10 @ 8:30 am – 10:00 am

Learn what it takes to get started and participate in Government Contracting on both the State and Federal level. Items covered include registering with SAM(System Awards Management) system, CMBL(Central Masters Bidders List) and HUB(Historical Underutilized Business).

For the sake of personalized interaction and to allow for addressing individual questions, the seminars will be limited to 12 individuals. They will detail various topics critical to the success of small businesses. Themes such as basic start-up knowledge, technical financial assistance, strategic planning, leadership, marketing, expanding your business, and more will be addressed.

New entrepreneurs and businesses will have the chance to schedule appointments for free, in-depth counseling and consultation on several topics including business planning, financial analysis and strategic sales plans. These services provided by the SBDC are open to any small business in the greater Temple community.

The McLennan SBDC gives management and technical assistance to local small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs. Their business consultation services provide face-to-face meetings discussing topics ranging from business plan development, capital acquisition, marketing, regulatory compliance, to global trade. The SBDC partnership includes the Small Business Administration, the North Texas SBDC, the McLennan Community College and the Temple Chamber of Commerce.