Event Details

Date: August 2, 2021
Time: 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
Location: Online via Zoom
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Point of Contact: Sarah Mailloux

Program Format: Online Meeting (Live)
Training Topics: Business Start-up/Preplanning, COVID-19 General Support, Managing a Business

Have your finances been impacted by the pandemic and pushed you to start thinking about launching a small business? Join this introductory presentation to break down the nuts and bolts of what is needed to start a business.

Attendees will be able to:

– Recognize steps to starting a business
– Utilize market research and business planning tools to prepare their business feasibility
– Understand differing legal structures and funding options
– Learn how to decide if starting a business is right for you!

Target Audience:
– Start-up businesses
– Individuals in the ideation and research stages
– Individuals preparing to launch their business
– Intermediate businesses looking for refreshers

Karl Kraus is Senior Business Consultant with the Small Business Development Center and also Manager of the SBDC location at Temple University’s Ambler Campus. In his work with the SBDC he provides general business consulting and advising services to businesses in the Greater Philadelphia Region, with a focus on companies involved in manufacturing, new product and service development, and those firms commercializing new technologies. Karl is also an Adjunct Instructor in the Fox School’s Strategic Management Department, teaching courses related to entrepreneurship and management of small and early-stage companies. He holds a MBA in International Business from the Haub School of Business at Saint Joseph’s University and a BS in Chemistry from Ursinus College.Instructions: 

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