How to Start and Run a Business Without “Losing Your Shirt”

Learn to avoid the common mistakes that cause many businesses to close. In this dynamic and interactive class, you’ll get practical, down-to-earth information and tips. Discover the steps you need to take to open and/or run an existing small business or nonprofit and increase your chances of success. Topics covered include the pros and cons of acquiring start-up money; profit vs. cash flow; the short business plan; negotiating leases; dealing with regulatory agencies; marketing on a tight budget; acquiring licenses; knowing when to walk away from a deal; and more! Tony Uva has taught marketing and business for over 25 years at Regis University and the University of Phoenix. He’s also taught entrepreneurial studies courses at Johnson and Wales University. He owned Allegra’s Pizza in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood for 10 years, and he now owns and operates a pizza food truck. Tony is a volunteer at SCORE, Service Corps of Retired Executives, where he mentors small business owners and conducts workshops. He will tailor each class to the needs of those attending.

Code:1800G
Dates:November 12, 2020 Check for other dates
Meets:One Thu., 6-9PM 11/12 (MT)
Location:CFU LOWRY: Near 1st & Quebec
Fee:$61
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