So You Want to Start a Business in San Francisco (Webinar)

So You Want to Start a Business in San Francisco (Webinar)

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 10:00am to 12:00pm
Free

Starting a business is and exciting and challenging. In San Francisco, the opportunities are endless. We currently have every possible business entity imaginable. Your idea can come to fruition, your dream a reality. 

So what does it mean to start a business? What are the steps necessary? What kind of resources are available to you to assist in making you a successful business owner?  Join on and learn how to:

form your business entity
file with the City of San Francisco and State of California
market  your business

o   social media

o   networking

hire your first employee
set up your bookkeeping
tap into the resources offered to small business owners in San Francisco
be successful

At the end of this workshop you will have the knowledge and confidence to create your dream business.

Instructor: Jerry Ervin

About the organizer: The San Francisco Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides expert no-cost advising and workshops to guide small businesses to success. We work hands-on with entrepreneurs and business owners to address challenges, seize opportunities and help grow our client’s bottom line. For upcoming workshop information, visit https://www.sfsbdc.org/calendar

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Jacques Bidjima
628-652-6393
Online
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San Francisco

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