Business Plan Basics Training - Broken Bow, Neb.

Monday, February 6, 2017 to Monday, March 6, 2017

Business Plan Basics, a training for existing, transitioning and startup small business owners and managers, will be offered on Mondays from Feb. 6 to March 6, in Broken Bow, Neb.

When:  Mondays, Feb. 6 through March 6, 2017, 6 to 9 p.m.
      
Where: Custer Public Power District office
            625 E. South “E” St., Broken Bow, Neb.

The instructor for the class is Mr. Rick Nelson, MBA will focus on marketing, promotion/advertising, financial management, customer relations and goal setting. Rural Enterprise Assistance Project collaborates with the University of Nebraska EDGE Program in utilizing the NxLevel Micro-Entrepreneurs curriculum called "Business Plan Basics."

There is a $79 registration fee that includes the course materials. Scholarships are available to those who qualify. The deadline to register is Thursday, Feb. 2.

To register, contact Donnis Hueftle-Bullock, Broken Bow Chamber Director, donnis@brokenbow-ne.com or 308.872.5691.

For questions about the course, please contact Nancy Flock at 308.534.3508 or nancyf@cfra.org or Monica Braun at 402.643.2673 or monicab@cfra.org.

Partner organizations for this course include the Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce, Custer Economic Development Corporation and Sargent Economic Development Corporation.

The Rural Enterprise Assistance Project provides lending, training, networking and technical assistance opportunities for startup and existing small businesses. Business owners that complete the course and the business plan are eligible for Rural Enterprise Assistance Project’s Business Plan Basics Boost Loan of up to $1,000 at 5.75 percent.


More information about Rural Enterprise Assistance Project and its services can be found at www.cfra.org/reap. Center for Rural Affairs’ Rural Enterprise Assistance Project receives funding from the Nebraska Business and Innovation Act, Community Development Block Grants through the Nebraska Department of Economic Development, Small Business Administration, United States Department of Agriculture, Peter Kiewit Foundation and other sources. The Rural Enterprise Assistance Project Women’s Business Center is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All Small Business Administration funded programs and services are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities and/or persons with limited English proficiency will be made if requested in advance.