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Women Small Business Owners Can Access Winning Success Tools
It was Alejandro Cremades, who wrote in a recent Forbes article that millionaire startup business owners have one primary trait in common: they don’t quit.
These days as greater numbers of graduating students, homeowners and working people are considering entrepreneurship and launching small businesses, tools and traits of those who have done well become important cues to pick up on.
They can make the difference between winning and losing.
According to an article in FastCompany, "Why Most Venture Backed Companies Fail," 75 percent of venture-backed startups fail. In a study by Statistic Brain, Startup Business Failure Rate, the failure rate of all U.S. companies after five years was over 50 percent, and over 70 percent after 10 years.
It’s a good idea to take advantage of all the tools one can get. That’s one of the points likely to be touched upon at the Women Owned Small business Certification Workshop Feb. 27.
Other topics that will be discussed are:
Companies that want to learn more about the contracting process
Meeting the Buyers
Finding the Right Partner
Sole Source Contracting
Five Selling Strategies
Registered WOSB and EDWOSB contractors and those who desire to be so.
Companies that want more contracts as well as those who desire their first contract
Date: February 27, 2019 // Time: 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Location: Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship // 9250 Bendix Rd, Columbia MD 21045
The Maryland Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network has provided sound advice, consulting and support to entrepreneurs and small businesses across the state. It provides training, confidential consulting and market and industry research to help aspiring and existing small businesses make sound decisions for successful operations.