Entrepreneurship Training Course
The Spring Entrepreneurial Training Program will be held on Thursdays starting March 3 to April 28, 2022 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm. The SBDC course will be offered virtually or in person at Northcentral Technical College – Antigo Campus. The Entrepreneurial Training Program (ETP) offered by the Wisconsin Small Business Development Center is a 9-week course providing an easy to follow, step-by-step process that shows your for profit business how to: Answer the question- “Will people buy my product or service?”; How do I appeal to more customers: Develop a lender-ready business plan and use time, money, and resources wisely. Space is limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Register for the Entrepreneurial Training Program by clicking here. To find out more, download the Entrepreneurial Training Program flyer by clicking here.
With the generous donation from The Suick Family Foundation, Langlade County participants are eligible for a partial course reimbursement if the participant completes the course requirements and will also be able to present to a panel for a Langlade County Business Start-Up Grant opportunity.
Considering taking the 9-week Entrepreneurial Training Program? To learn if this course is for you, attend the Entrepreneurial Training Program Orientation Day set for Thursday, February 17, 2022, at 5:30 pm virtually or in-person at NTC-Antigo Campus at 312 Forrest Avenue in room WT-108A. The Entrepreneurial Training Program orientation is a one-hour session that participants will learn the “must-dos” to launch a business and keep it running, understand why a business plan is critical to a business’s success, and explore the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs. There is no cost to attend this orientation, but pre-registration is appreciated. To register, call Langlade County Economic Development at 715-623-5123, email email@example.com, or click here to register online. If you miss the orientation day, not a problem. Please call our office at 715-623-5123 to discuss taking the Entrepreneurial Training Program.
Made possible by The Suick Family Foundation!!
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2021 Business Education Series
SBDC in conjunction with Langlade County Economic Development Corporation will be holding a Business Education Series virtually. Workshops on the following topics will be offered throughout 2021.
- Analyzing the Decision to Pivot or Diversify Your Business
- Gen Marekting Strategies
- Choosing the Right Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Software
- Selling With Nostalgia
For dates, times, and a description of each of these workshops, download the flyer by clicking here.
There is no cost for these business education programs. Click here to register for one or all of these workshops.
Participants are welcome to take one or all of the business education programs. The Business Education Series is designed to address specific fundamentals of business while exposing participants to new information and techniques to help them grow professionally and improve overall operations and business efficiencies. Each business education program is designed to deliver valuable information, tools, and strategies to allow participants to implement new skills and strategies immediately.
For more information contact Langlade County Economic Development Corporation at 715-623-5123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.