How To Start Your Business: Part 2
Join us in part 2 of our series on “How to Start Your Business.”
Now that you have decided you have a marketable product or service, what are the actual steps to get your business opened? What steps can be done online and which ones have to be done in person. How do you file a Fictitious Business name, apply for a business license, or set up an LLC? What about trademarks, and tax I.D. numbers? And what do the websites look like when you go to fill out all this information?
We will cover the actual how to’s, using the websites to assist you in navigating the technologies and the steps.
*If it’s been awhile since you’ve attended our “How to Start Your Business” workshop, we encourage you to attend Part 1 on June 28th in addition to Part 2, but it’s not required.
Location: 1305 Sacramento Street, Redding, CA 96001
*In-person event, no livestreaming provided
Walk-ins welcome, registration preferred
Joe Rodola, SBDC Consultant
Joe Rodola comes to the SBDC with over 50 years experience in the Credit field. 25 years in lending, 13 years as Director of CCCS Redding, a debt consulting agency, 20 years teaching various financial classes, 13 year owner of his own service business (Joe Rodola’s Debt Consulting) and 8 years helping small business startups and helping them gain access to capital for both SCED and the SBDC.
Bryan Rheem, SBDC Consultant
Bryan is a business consultant that loves effective and efficient solutions, always searching for ways to help people maximize their output and productivity.
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