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Classes and Workshops: What you need when you need it!

Are you interested in starting a business? Or are you already in business and need some help? Our workshops are delivered live and in short segments, allowing clients to implement what they learned into their businesses immediately.

Each year we ask our clients what the biggest challenges are in their businesses and then we put together workshops to help clients address those challenges. This year our workshops include Social Media (and Google Business), Cybersecurity, Employment Law, Accounting Principles, Content is King and many others. Check back regularly for the latest upcoming classes and events..

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Find A Class For Your Business

IDEA: You have an idea for a business, but it isn’t off the ground yet. You may have some of the pieces in place or a working plan but aren’t yet in business. This is sometimes also called “pre-venture”.

LAUNCH: Your business is up and running. You may not yet be profitable and things still feel new.

EXPANSION: Your business is generating a consistent source of income and you regularly see new customers. You are looking at new opportunities for your business.

RENEWAL: Business conditions, leadership and other factors can lead to changes in direction. This is a time to look at new processes and big decisions to move the business forward. It is often when businesses pursue new avenues for growth.

EXIT: You are ready to make a big change in the business and exit to new opportunities. Business succession plans need to be identified early to achieve your desired outcomes.

BUSINESS CONCEPT & PRODUCT: Creating and refining your business concept toward products & services that have growth potential and revenue models that propel your business.

CUSTOMER RELATIONS & BRANDING: Finding the right customers, understanding community demographics and building a brand that enhances public relations, marketing and networking are critical to your success.

ORGANIZATION & HUMAN RESOURCES: How your company is structured as a board, employees, partnerships, business processes and legal issues.

OPERATIONS & FINANCE: The operations side of your business, including financials, funding, production and deliveries, IT systems and facilities.

What can we help you with?
  • All
  • Classes
  • Business Concept & Product
  • Blue Mountain SBDC
  • Customer Relations & Branding
  • Operations & Finance
  • Organization & Human Resources
Select your business cycle
  • All
  • Idea
  • Launch
  • Expansion
  • Renew
  • Exit
Date

Tuesday 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

March 10, 2020 - March 10, 2020
Instructor:
Location: Pendleton Center for the Arts
Fees: FREE

NOTE: REGISTER for GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP 9 am - Noon
Among the funding opportunities discussed at the Conversations events will be the Cultural Trust’s FY2021 Cultural Development Program (funds to be awarded summer of 2020). Organizations encouraged to attend “Conversations with Funders and Partners” include community development organizations, libraries, arts organizations, museums, cultural centers, parks and trails groups, historical societies, arts alliances, literary groups and heritage organizations. All cultural nonprofit organizations are welcome.

NOTE: REGISTER for GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP 9 am - Noon Among the funding opportunities discussed at the Conversations events will be the Cultural Trust’s FY2021 Cultural Development Program (funds to be awarded summer of 2020). Organizations encouraged to attend “Conversations with Funders and Partners” include community development organizations, libraries, arts organizations, museums, cultural . . . centers, parks and trails groups, historical societies, arts alliances, literary groups and heritage organizations. All cultural nonprofit organizations are welcome.
214 N Main St
Pendleton, OR 97801

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