Government contracts

orientation

Do you think your business is too small to get a government contract? Are you intimidated by all the paperwork and red tape?  The Navarro College Small Business Development Center will sponsor a workshop from 10 a.m.-noon Thursday, Oct. 20, at Citizens National Bank, 310 N. 9th St., Midlothian.

The seminar is free but pre-registration is required.  To register, call the Navarro College SBDC  972-923-6425 or email sbdc@navarrocollege.edu.

This is an orientation to government contracting at the federal, state and local level.  Trainers help remove the intimidation factor confusion and complexity and show you how to succeed in government contracting. Begin building your business base and get high quality professional help while doing it.

How to start

a small business

Got a business idea that won’t go away?  Have you always had the entrepreneurial spirit but just don’t know where to start? 

The Navarro College Small Business Development Center will sponsor a free seminar on “How to Start a Small Business on Thursday” from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Oct. 6, at Waxahachie Chamber of Commerce, 102 YMCA Drive, Waxahachie.

This seminar is free but pre-registration is required. 

To register, call the Navarro College SBDC at 972-923-6425 or email sbdc@navarrocollege.edu. 

The Navarro College Small Business Development Center will present the workshop and will introduce attendees to the “nuts and bolts” of starting their own small business.  Attendees will explore the feasibility of their business ideas and learn the basics of registering a business, choosing a legal form of business ownership, filing proper permits and licenses, and evaluating financial options.

Government contracts

orientation

Do you think your business is too small to get a government contract? Are you intimidated by all the paperwork and red tape?  The Navarro College Small Business Development Center will sponsor a workshop from 10 a.m.-noon Thursday, Nov. 17, at Prosperity Bank, 500 N. I.H. 35, Red Oak.

The seminar is free but pre-registration is required.  To register, call the Navarro College SBDC  972-923-6425 or email sbdc@navarrocollege.edu.

This is an orientation to government contracting at the federal, state and local level.  Trainers help remove the intimidation factor confusion and complexity and show you how to succeed in government contracting. Begin building your business base and get high quality professional help while doing it.

How to start

a small business

Got a business idea that won’t go away?  Have you always had the entrepreneurial spirit but just don’t know where to start? 

The Navarro College Small Business Development Center will sponsor a free seminar on “How to Start a Small Business on Thursday” from 2-4 p.m. Nov. 8, at Citizen’s National Bank, 310 N. 9th St., Midlothian.

This seminar is free but pre-registration is required. 

To register, call the Navarro College SBDC at 972-923-6425 or email sbdc@navarrocollege.edu. 

The Navarro College Small Business Development Center will present the workshop and will introduce attendees to the “nuts and bolts” of starting their own small business.  Attendees will explore the feasibility of their business ideas and learn the basics of registering a business, choosing a legal form of business ownership, filing proper permits and licenses, and evaluating financial options.

How to start

a small business

Got a business idea that won’t go away?  Have you always had the entrepreneurial spirit but just don’t know where to start? 

The Navarro College Small Business Development Center will sponsor a free seminar on “How to Start a Small Business on Thursday” from 2-4 p.m. Dec. 15, at Prosperity Bank, 500 N. I.H. 35, Red Oak.

This seminar is free but pre-registration is required. 

To register, call the Navarro College SBDC at 972-923-6425 or email sbdc@navarrocollege.edu. 

The Navarro College Small Business Development Center will present the workshop and will introduce attendees to the “nuts and bolts” of starting their own small business.  Attendees will explore the feasibility of their business ideas and learn the basics of registering a business, choosing a legal form of business ownership, filing proper permits and licenses, and evaluating financial options.

Navarro College SBDC is a partnership program with the U.S. Small Business Administration.