This is a multi-part workshop! Once you register for the first session, we will be following up with the full Zoom invite for your workshop.
May 11th, 4-6pm
May 18th, 4-6pm
May 25th, 3-7pm
June 1st, 4-6pm
Starting a business can a complex and expensive endeavor. One way to control your startup/operating expenses and streamline processes is to use proven tools to help test your idea.
In this multiple-part workshop, we will lead you through the LivePlan business planning tool. This tool teaches you to lean in your idea, define your customer, determine your market potential, and complete a pitch deck to share your idea effectively. Additionally, LivePlan offers you the ability to take on-demand workshops tailored to each section of your business plan.
Market research techniques and resources will be discussed to help you validate your business idea and ultimately prepare to test your concept.
After finishing this workshop, you will have all the tools needed to complete a business plan! Along with additional consultation opportunities, you are likely ready to get your business started! Having your financials, business plan, and everything together will be a great asset when applying for funding.
Are you interested in what other clients have to say about this training?
“Live Plan helped me shape and structure my business plan into a plan that is well organized, easy to follow.”
“This training helped me identify a solution to a problem my business is solving while identifying my target market and competition. This training helped me identify how to execute a solid plan that I can put into action.”
We wish to encourage those of low income to contact us as we have special discounts and scholarships available. Contact the WBC for more details. Hansen@snapwa.org
**Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Nicolle Hansen by firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 509-456-7627 ext. 4119. If you do not receive a response within 24 hours please call 509-456-7627 ext. 4100.