Los Alamos, NM - April 17, 2017 - This April and May the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Los Alamos is partnering with projectY cowork Los Alamos to host a workshop series for small business owners. The scheduled workshops will cover marketing and finance topics and take place at projectY cowork, located at 150 Central Park Square.  

"In meeting with a variety of entrepreneurs and small business owners in the community, the Small Business Development Center is committed to assisting small business owners achieve their objectives,” said Joseph Montes, Director of SBDC at UNM Los Alamos. “These workshops are the first of several upcoming that I know will meet those goals."

Wednesday, April 19

“A Marketing Workshop – Part I”

5:30-7:30 p.m.

projectY cowork Los Alamos, 150 Central Park Square

Cost: $20 (includes second workshop on May 3)

The workshop will highlight discovering your niche market, developing a marketing plan, planning content marketing, and executing email marketing strategies. This is a two-part series with a one-time $20 registration fee.

 

Wednesday, May 3

“A Marketing Workshop – Part II”

5:30-7:30 p.m.

projectY cowork Los Alamos, 150 Central Park Square

Cost: $20 (no additional cost if participant attended Marketing Part I Workshop)

The second in the series of marketing workshops will build upon what was covered in the first segment: highlight discovering your niche market, developing a marketing plan, planning content marketing, and executing email marketing strategies.

Wednesday, May 17

“Understanding Your Financials”

5:30-7:30 p.m.

projectY cowork Los Alamos, 150 Central Park Square

Cost: $20

The workshop will cover the basics of income statements; balance sheet mechanics; cash flow; and calculating business break-even points.

 

In general, small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs can go to their local SBDC chapters for free face-to-face business consulting and at-cost training, on topics including writing business plans, accessing capital, marketing, regulatory compliance, technology development and international trade.

projectY cowork also offers regular free events and workshops for the community that tend to have an emphasis on assisting high-tech startups and freelancers. All entrepreneurs, remote workers, freelancers, students and others, regardless of their industry, are welcome to use the coworking space.

For more information and to register for the SBDC workshops, visit: http://www.nmsbdc.org/los-alamos.aspx. SBDC at UNM Los Alamos Business Advisor Anne Lantrip may also be reached at 505-661-4691 or at [email protected] for additional questions. The workshop series was funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

About SBDC at UNM Los Alamos

The Los Alamos Small Business Development Center (SBDC), newly located on the campus of UNM-Los Alamos, serves entrepreneurs located in Los Alamos County with their small business needs. Whether it be starting or financing a small business, Los Alamos SBDC offers a wide range of education and expertise to help business owners along the road towards entrepreneurial success. Most services offered by Los Alamos SBDC are free and include one-on-one business counseling in such areas as business planning, business start-up/acquisition, market planning and research, basic bookkeeping including QuickBooks, cash flow analysis, and understanding financial statements. For more information, visit www.nmsbdc.org/los-alamos.aspx.

About projectY cowork Los Alamos

projectY cowork Los Alamos, a collaborative coworking space located at 150 Central Park Square in Los Alamos, New Mexico, serves as a hub for startups, freelancers and others to be connected to like-minded entrepreneurs, business experts, investors and mentors who will help them achieve their personal and professional goals. It is an initiative between Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation, Los Alamos County, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Feynman Center for Innovation and Community Partnerships Office, and Central Park Square owner Philip Kunsberg. For more information, visit www.projectylosalamos.com.

 

 

 

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