Atlanta Georgia Self-Reliance Services
LDS Employment Resource Centers provide additional support that individuals may need to become self-reliant, including access to information about community resources, one-on-one coaching and mentoring, as well as additional workshops and classes that might be needed. These centers serve as a place where jobseekers can find employment opportunities, learn how to write a résumé or cover letter, and receive one-on-one mentoring and guidance. Some centers occasionally host job fairs. LDS Employment Centers may also serve as a gathering place for Church members and other members of the community seeking to strengthen their temporal and spiritual self-reliance.
Centers are open to the public and the services are free of charge. Centers operating hours vary in order to best meet the needs of local Church members.
LDS Employment Resource Centers offer…
- A gathering place for Church members and others seeking to become more self-reliant through employment, education, and self-employment
- Personalized coaching and career planning
- Access to the internet, computers, phones, printer, and copier
- Job postings and lists of local employers
- Assistance with resumes and cover letters
- Interview preparation, including video-taped practice interviews
- Information about local education and training programs, including scholarship and financial aid information
- Information about local self-employment resources, including NGOs and microcredit institutions
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How to Start a Business
ABOUT the Workshop
Know Importance of a Business Plan
Gets You Organized
Basis to Attract Necessary Capital
Know the Key Business Plan Components and How they Fit Together
Able to Write a Winning Business Plan to Successfully Launch and Operate Your Company
Develop an Import/Export Business
ABOUT the Workshop
Small businesses looking to increase sales and profit,reduce dependence on the domestic market and stabilize seasonal fluctuations should consider importing and exporting. With nearly 96 percent of consumers living outside the U.S. andtwo-thirds of the world’s purchasing power in foreign countries, opportunities await U.S. small business.
Go where the customers are. There is significant opportunity for small businesses to profit through importing and exporting operations.
Do you have what it takes to become a successful international business? Are you ready to make international sales? Importing /Exporting offers great opportunities but requires preparation and planning.
This is a two part series taught by international experts from the Georgia Small Business Development Center, a resource partner of the SBA.
Module I will aid you in assessing your readiness,understanding what you need to know and consider before pursuing an international strategy.
Module II will introduce you to those topics needed to develop and implement your strategy: international pricing and costing issues,proforma export quotations, payment terms, and risk assessment.
The workshops will help you gain the knowledge to develop and implement an international plan. You will become acquainted with the key components of an effective import / export plan. The instructors will raise questions you should answer to complete your plan and provide the resources to help you answer those questions.
* organizational and product readiness,
* market research,
* guidance for developing your strategy and marketing plan,
* promoting your products in target market, and
* complying with US and foreign regulations.
Fee for Module I is$50 per person and is taught 9:30am - 12:00pm
Fee for Module II is $50 per person and is taught 1:00pm- 4:00pm
Both modules can be attended as a full day event for a single Fee of $89 per person
Determining the Value of Your Business
When you work hard day in and day out you want to make sure you can leverage that asset to the maximum capability. The valuation of a business plays a key role in day to day decision making and by understanding the details and components it can be an effective management tool. The program covers a broad of topics related to valuation from understanding the makeup ofit to the various applications.
Here is an overview of the topics covered:
Understanding the various business valuation methods.
Identifying the key and necessary components of a business valuation.
Understanding the necessary business documents and supporting information.
Rules of Thumb for valuing a business.
Value Drivers that have an impact on business valuation.
Identifying the intangibles in valuing a business.
Be proactive, take control, and stay a step ahead of your competition!
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Accounting for Non-Accountants
Understanding Financial Statements"
Are you confused when you try to understand your financialstatements? Are
you able to make informed decisions based on the informationpresented?
Learn to read and analyze your:
-- Profit & LossStatements --
-- BalanceSheets --
-- Cash FlowStatements --
Course designed for Business Owners and Managers!