Cape Cod SCORE offers small business classes at 4Cs

Nationwide, SCORE is recognized as "counselors to America's small business"

Next month, SCORE offers "Successful Small Business Management" classes at Cape Cod Community College in West Barnstable.  The basic skills of starting, managing and growing a small business will be covered in an eight-week course offered by Cape Cod SCORE at Cape Cod Community College starting September 5, 2006, Tuesday evenings, 7 pmâ?? 9pm.

The fee is $95.00.

To Register or for information, contact Cape Cod Community College at 508-375-4012 and ask to sign up for course number WGB075.

Planning to start a new business-- or already in one-- or just having business problems? Help is here. This course is a practical guide for business survival, covering startups, advertising, marketing, sales management, business plans, bank loans, insurance, bookkeeping, e-commerce and much more. Lecturers who are experts in their specific fields cover these and additional subjects to assure your success in your business.

The 40 volunteer members of Cape Cod SCORE, all highly experienced professionals, serve the Cape and Islands with free business counseling for existing companies and start-ups. One of 389 chapters throughout the United States, Cape Cod SCORE is part of the national SCORE Association, recognized as â??Counselors to America's Small Businessâ? and a resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration. Information about business counseling is available by calling the Hyannis office of SCORE at 508-775-4884.

Classes in other locations are scheduled for:
Nantucket
Starts Tuesday, September 19, 2006 at 7pm to 9pm
Registration, call 508.228.7257 X-1571

Martha's Vineyard
Starts Wednesday, September 13, 2006 at 7pm
Registration, call 508.696.9687

Bristol Community College
Starts Tuesday, September 12, 2006 at 7pm to 9pm
Registration, call 508.678.2811 X-2154

Cape Cod SCORE site here, 508-775-4884 or [email protected]
Cape Cod Community College site here.

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