Marketing Your Business (How to Grow Your Business Series – Part 2)

Westchester Business Workshop: Hatching Your Great IdeaRegister For Free!

Please register so we can be sure we have enough room and so we may reach out if there are any changes or cancellations in this workshop. Walk-ins are always welcome.

Fred Claar, Former Business Owner and Score Mentor
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
6:00PM - 7:45PM
Yonkers Riverfront Library, Yonkers Room, 4th Floor
1 Larkin Plaza Yonkers, NY 10701

A Free series of 5 Workshops, Sponsored by the City of Yonkers And Presented by SCORE Westchester

Want to take your business to levels you never thought possible? Want to learn simple steps to grow your business? Register for “How to Grow Your Business,” a series of 5 evening workshops at the Yonkers Riverfront Library, starting on Wednesday, Sept 6th at 6:00 PM and continuing at 7:45 PM on successive Wednesday evenings.

Workshop Syllabus

Sept 6– Managing Time People and Resources
Speaker: Natasha Roukos, SCORE Westchester Co-Chairman, and former IBM executive

Sept 13– Marketing Your Business
Speaker: Fred Claar, SCORE Westchester mentor, and former successful business owner

Sept 20РManaging Your Operations & How to Do Business With the City of Yonkers
Speaker: Michael Keating, Founder of Keating Electric

Sept 27– Growing Your Sales
Speaker: Charles Auerbach, SCORE Mentor, and former Business Consultant

Oct 4– Financial Management
Speakers: John Chester, SCORE Mentor and Expert in financial markets, and Glenn Shell, SCORE Chairman Emeritus and former Bank President

Sandwiches and refreshments will be served to enable networking.

Metered street parking is available in the area. Additional parking is available at the Buena Vista Parking Garage, 8 Buena Vista Ave, Yonkers. There is an entrance to the garage on Hawthorne Avenue near Main Street, and another entrance at the corner of Hawthorne and Hudson Street. Upon entering garage, push button and take entry ticket. Take ticket with you as you leave the garage. Walk past the Post Office and library is across the street from the Railroad Station.