Start Your Own Business

Venue:
Online
 
Date:
10/11/2020
 
Note:
2 evenings per week - Tuesdays and Thursdays - 10th, 12th, 17th, 19th, 24th & 26th November
 
Time:
7pm - 9:30pm
 
Category:
Start Your Own Business
 

Always popular, this Start Your Own Business Course covers all you need to know to take the plunge and become your own boss. **Please note that priority will be given to Longford Businesses and Individuals**

Free
 
 

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Please Note: 

Priority will be given to Longford Businesses and Individuals. 

To proceed with your registration and attendance on online courses, Longford Local Enterprise Office is required to share your email address with external course facilitators. If you would prefer that your email address is not shared, please let us know immediately and we will remove your registration.

Further information on how your Local Enterprise Office process personal data can be found on Localenterprise.ie/Longford/GDPR or you can also visit Longford County Council’s website at Longfordcoco.ie/Data-Protection

Start Your Own Business Course

Ever thought of setting up your own business? Has your employment been impacted by Covid-19? Maybe now is the time to take a Start Your Own Business Course with Longford LEO.

When and Where Does the Start Your Own Business Course Take Place?

This Course is entirely online and takes place over three weeks, on two evenings per week: Tuesdays and Thursdays on the 10th, 12th, 17th, 19th, 24th & 26th November from 7:00pm to 9:30pm.

Start Your Own Business Course Content:

Step 1: Know Yourself / Are you a Risk Taker?

Step 2: Generating a Business Idea

Step 3: Market Research /Identify your Customers and Competitors

Step 4: Decide on an appropriate legal business structure/ Be aware of   legal obligations that will affect your business

Step 5: Examine Your Business Requirements

Step 6: Calculate Investment Requirements/Identify the Supports

Step 7: Developing your Marketing Strategy

Step 8: Developing Your Sales Plan

Step 9: Developing your Financial Administration

Step 10: Write your Business Plan


 

 

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