Free Business Workshops Offered January 28 in Eastern NC

Two Eastern NC community colleges are holding free workshops for entrepreneurs, and those who would like to be entrepreneurs.

Both of the workshops listed below are scheduled for January 28, 2016, from 6-9pm.

If you’d like to attend, be sure to call today and register, confirm that seats are still available.

NC community colleges hold free workshops on a variety of topics, with many more locations available within the state Small Business Center Network. For a list of community colleges that may offer Small Business workshops, by county, visit

How to Start a Business – Home-Based, E-Commerce, or Brick & Mortar

January 28, 2016 @ 6-9pm

Starting your own business may seem like an overwhelming task, but it really is not so hard if you take it step by step. This workshop is an in-depth walk-through on the mechanics of developing a business concept, feasibility, licensing, and the written plan, plus financial projections by line item. This is a must for those starting their own home-based, e-commerce, or brick & mortar business.

This workshop is at Wilson Community College, Building G Room G242, 902 Herring Avenue E, Wilson NC.  Contacts for this workshop are Melissa Evans 252.246.1232 and Lisa Morgan 252.246.1209.

This workshop at Wilson Community College is free; however, pre-registration is required.  Pre-registration is required for attendees and to guarantee that seminar handouts are available for all. To register online for this free seminar, visit and click on the green checkmark.


Writing a Successful Business Plan

January 28, 2016 @ 6-9pm

The business plan is a road map for your business, whether you’re determining the feasibility for start-up, tracking your progress, planning for expansion, or applying for a loan. This free workshop will discuss the narrative and financial aspects of the plan as well as give the student an opportunity to work with actual plans that have been prepared by others. The scheduled Speaker is Ruben Gonzales.

This workshop is at Nash Community College, 522 N Old Carriage Road, Rocky Mount NC. For more information or to confirm space availability, call 252.451.8233.


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