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Sewing Salon Entrepreneurial - Organizational Types - LLC ? or Sole Entrepreneurial

Tuesday, April 27, 2021
6:00 pm7:30 pm
This course is held Virtual - 2nd & 4th Tuesday
Sewing Salon Entrepreneurial   - Organizational Types - LLC ? or Sole Entrepreneurial

Online format - Do you want to start a business in sewing?
Introducing - Dr. Patricia Eisele as our Smart Money coordinator. Dr. Eisele holds a bachelors degree in Journalism and Public Relations, an MBA with a Marketing emphasis, and a PhD in Family Business Entrepreneurship. She has started two businesses and has both U.S. and International experience. Trish is a former Small Business Development Center consultant and previously managed international degree programs for Ottawa University at 13 sites in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.

She will be your guide instructor for the modules of the Smart Money program hosted thru The Sewing Labs.
During the 13 months program you will have the opportunity to learn different aspects of running your own sewing business taught by local business professional. In addition, local creative business professionals will share their stories of the start up and running of their businesses.

Classes will be held by Zoom on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday, from 6-7:30 pm.
You will have homework for the weeks in between. You can attend the modules monthly or sign up for the entire 13 months. (sign up for year through our website. A workbook will be provided by email.

Business of Sewing – Entrepreneurial
Organizational Types (April 2021) Presented by Mid Continent Public Library
Entrepreneurs will
- Know that the legal structure of a business determines how a company operates and is taxed
- Distinguish the general characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of organizational types:
• Sole proprietorship
• Partnerships
• Limited liability company
• C-corporation
• S-corporation

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