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Tredyffrin Public Library and Chester County SCORE present "How to Start a Business"

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 Tredyffrin-Easttown  See map

"How to Start a Business" is designed to familiarize entrepreneurs with the concept and terminology needed in the start-up and daily operations of a small business. Topics include: selecting a business structure, partnership & shareholder agreements, contracts, hiring subcontractors vs. employees, liability insurance, and obtaining financing. This course is led by Frank P. Farmer Jr., Delaware Valley lawyer with an expertise in small business. He is a founder and Executive Director of the Small Business Assistance Center, a non-profit organization that provides small businesses with information and technical assistance. He has worked with Chester County SCORE, a nonprofit organization of volunteer business professionals, for many years. 


There is a class fee of $15 payable at the door by cash or check. For more information, visit www.tredyffrinlibraries.org or call 610-688-7092, ext 206.

Susie Martin March 12, 2013 at 08:02 PM
Your photo on the first patch page shows Easttown Library, but it's advertising a program at Tredyffrin Library. Please be careful NOT to mix up these two different places. Programs are not being held at both libraries. Do your followers a favor and keep them separate.

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