Posted Wednesday, September 21st, 2016
Starting a new business can be a rewarding but risky proposition. Before you take the first step and hang your “open for business’’ sign, take a hard and honest look at your preparedness for the venture and potential success.
The Morris County Economic Development Corporation is offering a six-week Entrepreneurship 101 course to guide you through the assessment process and introduce you to the tools you’ll need to start and grow your business.
The six-week course starts on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at the EDC offices, 325 Columbia Turnpike in Florham Park.
Sign up now for the workshop or the six-week course. Dates for the course are Oct. 4, 11, 18, and 25, and Nov. 1 and 8. The cost is $225.
Innovation, entrepreneurship and small business ownership are critical to growing and maintaining a strong economy in Morris County,” said Morris County Freeholder Christine Myers. “Morris County Entrepreneurship 101 offering is a perfect and needed tool to help those who are looking to grow new businesses in our county.”
The Morris County Economic Development Corporation, a division of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce, is a partnership of business and government.
It is dedicated to growing the economy of Morris County through programs and services that result in business attraction, creation, retention, and expansion, and to assist government in managing growth for the benefit of present and future generations.
For more information on the Morris County Economic Development visit: http://www.morriscountyedc.org/