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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
( July 11, 1997)
ENTREPRENEUR NETWORK FOR WOMEN TO HOLD TRAINING SESSION AT SDSM& T JULY 15
The Entrepreneur Network for Women ( Network) will be holding a one- day training session at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology on Tuesday, July 15. The Network is partially funded by the U. S. Small Business Administration and provides business assistance to women and men. The training session is designed for individuals who can help present the Network’s business curriculum in the Black Hills area over the winter months.
There is no cost to attend the training session, which will be held from 9: 00 am - 4: 00 pm in Classroom Building ( Didier Education Center) Room 205E on the Tech campus. The course will be taught by a person who set up a similar business training program in North Dakota.
The Entrepreneur Network for Women offers the following list of workshops: Starting a Business; Big Ideas to Grow A Small Budget Business; Meet the Marketers; I'm Your Manager . . . Not Your Mother; Women Entrepreneurs: New Economic Wave; Are You Cut Out To Be An Entrepreneur?; Meet the Lenders; Empowerment & It's Relationship to Running A Business;
Growing Strong- Entrepreneurial Confidence; Growing Strong- Preparing for Financing; Growing Strong- Management Strategies; Growing Strong- Entrepreneurial Peak Performance; Growing Strong- Managing Human Resources ; Growing Strong- Computers & Systems Management;
Growing Strong- Marketing; and Growing Strong- Planning for Profit.
For additional information about the Network training session, call Lori Litzen, SDSM& T Industrial Assistance Coordinator, at 394- 6995.
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