Two Computer Basics Workshops in Spanish will be offered in July by the REAP Hispanic Business Center in partnership with the University of Nebraska Lincoln Extension, Northeast Community College, and Wakefield Gardner Public Library. In August, a Business Plan Basics Training in Spanish is coming to Imperial. Look below for details on these and other events.
Larry Harbour, established LB Custom Chrome and Detail, LLC, in Broken Bow, Nebraska, as a side job in 2001 and officially since October 2006. The business provides “quality detailing with unsurpassed service.”
The Hormel Family Foundation (www.investmccook.com) has begun accepting submissions for its third annual Business Plan Competition in McCook, Nebraska. The competition, which targets local entrepreneurs and business owners, will take place on June 12 at the Hormel Business & Technology Center on the McCook Community College campus.
Behind the scenes we’ve been at work rebuild¬ing the REAP website at www.cfra.org/reap, adding new functionality and streamlining the navigation. We have also improved the REAP Online Lending System and the Online Member Directory. Barring unforeseen problems or delays, the new website was to go live the week of March 30.
The REAP Women’s Business Center collaborated with the St. Paul Economic Development Corporation in February to host Dave Buchholz and his How to Get Big Results from a Small Advertising Budget presentation. Dave always presents practical ideas with a humorous touch.