ECONOMIC SURVIVOR SERIES FOR BUSINESS BEGINS IN MARCH
Modesto - After three very successful business Town Hall meetings in Riverbank, Turlock and Modesto, the Alliance Small Business Development Center is answering the praise of attendees and the request to do more. Beginning March 4th, the first in a series of "Economic Survivor" Business Seminars will take place from 7:30 am - 9:30 am in the Alliance Free Enterprise Center, Modesto.
"How to Squeeze Out More Profits from Declining Revenues" is the topic of the March 4th event. This seminar is designed to give attendees information on how to improve various areas of financial management within their business. Topic areas include: increasing inventory turns, improving A/R collections, reducing operating costs, improving cash-flow, and increasing net profits. Marty Fox, Grimbleby-Coleman CPAs will lead the presentation and discussions.
"We heard loud and clear from the local businesses that were at the Town Hall Meetings that they wanted more help," said Kurtis Clark, Director of the Alliance Small Business Development Center. "It is our main concern to help small business survive this economic slow down and overcome potential negative impacts. We designed the "Economic Survivor" Seminars to assist businesses with the challenges they seem to be facing and giving them critical tools to help keep their bottom line in the black."
On March 18th David Boring and Julie Orona of Never Boring Design Associates will be at the Alliance Free Enterprise Center to present "Free Marketing Ideas That Bring in Customers". They will discuss how to effectively promote and market better to existing and new customers.
For find out more information about the "Economic Survivor" Series or to get a list of upcoming seminars, contact the Alliance Small Business Development Center at 209-567-4910.
The Stanislaus Economic Development and Workforce Alliance oversees' both economic development and workforce training activities countywide. The Alliance is a private not for profit corporation with a mission and responsibility of implementing economic development and workforce training activities for the County. The Alliance is committed to creating a blueprint for success, which can make the Stanislaus River Valley the strategic business choice for existing and expanding businesses by focusing on job creation, business assistance and workforce preparation activities.
Alliance Small Business Development Center 1020 10th Street, Suite 102 Modesto, California 95354 email@example.com 209.567.4910 office