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Small Business Development Center at OCC: How to become a franchise owner, 3 Day Business Start-up Training and More

February is a busy month at Onondaga Community College’s Small Business Development Center. Activities include the following: 2015 MWBE and Small Business Contractor Bond Readiness Training Program, 3 Day Fast Track to Business Start-Up and How does one become a franchise owner? Contact the SBDC at 315-498-6070

How does one become a franchise owner?

FranNet consultants will present the process of franchise research, purchase, and ownership in the class:

“Business Ownership through Franchising” 

FranNet specializes in improving your level of success by reducing the challenges and helping you through the steps of finding the right franchise for you.

Fee $30
February 9, 2015, 6pm-8pm

Register: sbdc@sunyocc.edu or 315-498-6070

 

3 Day Fast Track to Business Start-Up 

Fee $125
February 17, 19, 24, 2015

This course may also be taken to satisfy the requirements for SEAP

2-Hour Introduction to Business Start-Up

Fee $30
February18, 2015

For more information or to register call: 315-498-6070
Email:sbdc@sunyocc.edu  Online:  www.onondagasbdc.org

 2015 MWBE and Small Business Contractor Bond Readiness Training Program

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