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COMPASS CAREER MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS
Though many businesses fail the first 1-2 years and even more by their 5th year, one way to avoid this is by researching and learning as much as possible about how to effectively and successfully manage a business. A Business Owner has MANY responsibilities, which he/she must process him/herself OR hire someone who can. However, to be able to know what areas need to be processed, it would be extremely wise for a prospective business owner to learn about all those responsibilities of a business owner, then to locate those experts who could help you with those areas with which you need help.
Our firm, Compass Career Management Solutions has provided a “Self-Employment Workshop” since we began in 1994. It is a half-day session with experts in different fields to briefly explain those responsibilities to the prospective employers. These presenters try to keep the important facts as simple and direct as possible. Some of these facts are in a Self-Employment Resource Manual provided along with the Workshop. Some of the expert speakers could be considered for your own business’ needs. Such experts include: Business Attorney, CPA, Marketing/Social Media Expert, Franchise Expert, Website Developer, etc.
The next educational “Self-Employment Workshop” provided by Compass Career Management Solutions will be held on Wednesday, May 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Providence United Methodist Church at 2810 Providence Road, Charlotte, NC 28210. You can register using this link – https://www.compasscareer.com/events/self-employment-workshop-learn-the-facts/. Of course, payment for this workshop must be paid to reserve your seat. Share this information with others interested in this career path. For more information, contact Robyn Crigger, CEO, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 704-849-2500. Register online ASAP and circulate this information with others.
By the way, the Charlotte Business Journal included an article this week regarding that Charlotte is in the top 20 cities across the U.S., who are proactively supportive of new businesses.