Small Business Management Program
If you have been in business for one year or more and are ready to take the next step in your professional development, we offer the Small Business Management Program (SBM). This year-long program incorporates monthly daytime visits to your business for personal, one-on-one business advising, plus monthly afternoon classroom sessions.
SBM is designed to guide you towards achieving your business goals through better organization, management and operation of your business. Confidential advising gives you an ongoing analysis of your business and helps you implement a sound plan for growth and greater profits. The classes cover critical business topics that will enhance your entrepreneurial skills and increase your ability to establish and maintain effective management procedures.
Prerequisite: The SBM program is open to the owner(s) of any business with at least one year of operation, the equivalent of one full-time employee, and, most important, a desire to grow in size and/or profitability. This could be just what you need to take your business to the next level.
The next SBM program starts in February 2015. The year-long program offers individual on-site business advising customized to your company's needs, together with a comprehensive selection of classes.
For more information, call us at 541-383-7290 or email email@example.com.
Jim Wilcox, Advisor, Small Business Management Program
The Lindsay Stevens Scholarship for Small Business Management
This program gives small business owners the tools and skills needed to build a sustainable business. Hundreds of business owners have benefited through this program adding economic vitality to the Central Oregon community.
*Minimum donation amount $5
Michelle Alvarado, owner
of Wahoo Films
Michelle believes that the SBDC has been invaluable in giving her encouragement mixed with a healthy dose of reality.
Read her success story
Many small businesses have used the COCC Small Business Development Center to help their businesses thrive. Read their small business success stories
devoted his professional life to inspiring, encouraging and challenging
business owners to think differently and to be committed to their budgets,
values and goals. He was the single reason some businesses in Central Oregon
succeeded and grew. He loved his clients and was committed to the success and
vision of their companies. Lindsay was also committed to the community where he
donated so much of his time. He brought a new perspective to
operational issues as a coach, cheerleader, mentor, advisor, and friend. He has
left a legacy of conducting business correctly and making students' dreams a
reality." - Wendie Every, Every Idea Marketing