Straight Talk Saturday January 24, 2015
Straight Talk Seminar Series (February - April, 2015)
The date for the Saturday session is set for January 24, 2015 at the Buffalo Convention Center.
Additional details including the exact program are being worked on at this time. See the information below for the 2014 event to get an excellent idea of the extremely valuable content that will be provided again at Straight Talk 2015.
The Saturday January 24, 2015 Straight Talk 2015 program continues with the 8-week follow-on seminar series starting in February and continuing for 8 consecutive Tuesday evenings, 5:45 PM to 8:30 PM in the Main Building at Medaille College,18 Agaziz Circle, Buffalo, NY 14214
If you registered and paid for Straight Talk 2015, you are already registered and paid for the series.
If you missed Straight Talk Saturday you can can register online now at this link. Don't miss out. Seminars are only $5 each. That hardly covers the pizza or subs served to you on break.
Register today:- http://buffaloniagara.score.org/localworkshops
Here is the TENTATIVE list of topics and dates. All presenters are experts in their field and the program has been getting rave reviews for 17 years.
|Session # and Date||Titles and Topics||Presenters|
|1.||Business Plans I|
|2.||Business Plan II|
|Elements of a Financial Plan|
|Risk Management from the Legal Perspective|
|NY State Taxes|
|5.||Risk Management from the Insurance Perspective|
|Affordable Care Act and|
|Home Based Business|
|6. March 18, 2014||Marketing Your Small Business|
|Marketing Your Small Business cont.|
|Internet Marketing Secrets|
|8.||Funding Your Small Business|
|Managing Your Credit Score|
Straight Talk is a collaboration between the U.S. Small Business Administration Buffalo District and Buffalo Niagara SCORE working in concert with dozens of lending and service organizations in the WNY region. See the Straight Talk Steering Committee Membership. It would not be possible without their generous support.
SBA's participation in this cosponsored activity is not an endorsement of the views,opinions,products or services of any cosponsor or other person or entity.All of SBA's programs and services are extended to the public on a non-discriminatory basis.