Summer 2020 Workshop Schedule | Classes Delivered Online
This Summer, watch this page for updates as new courses are offered. Every one will be affordable and relevant for the current circumstance. And, you may always request free, confidential, one-on-one business advising. For the time being, all advising will be delivered via Zoom.
Special Programming to Address the Coronavirus | Delivered via Zoom Videoconference
Weekly COVID-19 Business Roundtable via Zoom Videoconference | FREE | Wednesdays, 10am-11am, Weekly Until Further Notice, NOTE: No Webinar July 1
Click here to Join Videoconference
Doing Business in Lincoln County
An introduction to business formation, licensing, registration, marketing, and operations. The course is a mix of general start-up information and specific considerations for Oregon Coast businesses. From its start, with a lively exercise in determining break-even point, to philosophical discussions of the traits and personalities common in successful entrepreneurs, this class is a powerful first step for someone contemplating launching their own business and a robust refresher for owners and managers of established businesses.
INSTRUCTOR: WENDY LUDWIG
TUES., 9AM – 11AM ● July 14 • $15
DELIVERED VIA ZOOM VIDEOCONFERENCE
Register by calling 541-994-4166/Or, Register now, online
Now is the time to request more information about the 2020-2021 SBM Program. The program will likely start with Zoom classes and advising sessions, though as soon as we can do so safely, our team plans to transition to live, in-person classes. Classes in the 2020-2021 cohort will likely alternate between Newport and Lincoln City every other month, thus ensuring businesses throughout the county convenient access throughout the year. The Small Business Management Program is the flagship program of the Oregon Coast Small Business Development Center. The program features monthly workshops with expert speakers on a wide range of business topics, from September through June. And, SBM participants meet with their personal business advisor each month, one on one, in a confidential setting, to discuss long-term strategies and goals, or to discuss other aspects of their business that may be of concern at the time. It’s the best way you can build in time each month to ensure you’re working ON your business, not merely IN your business. Click here to learn more.
Class locations are noted for each session, and are typically either at the OCCC Central County Campus in Newport (map), the OCCC North County Center in Lincoln City (map), or the OCCC South County Center in Waldport (map). Other locations will be noted where applicable.
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