Latino business owners in Bucks County, Pa., are invited to attend a seminar that will help entrepreneurs start or expand their enterprises.
The Bucks County Business Development Department along with the Latino Leadership Alliance and the Upper Bucks and Pennridge chambers of commerce will host the workshop, Starting and Expanding Your Latino-Owned Business.
The presentation is designed for persons who want to start a business, and business owners, entrepreneurs, and professionals who want to learn more about the resources available in Bucks County to help grow their business.
The seminar is free and discussion topics include: legal considerations, licensing and permits; financial reporting and record keeping; marketing; financing; and business growth resources that are available from the county.
Panelists include attorney Felix Gonzalez, accountant Anne Sabin and David Dunn, program director for the Lehigh University Small Business Development Center, plus bankers and other business experts.
Plan to attend from 6 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, March 13, at the Upper Bucks Chamber of Commerce, located at 21 N. Main St. in Quakertown.
To register, contact Juanita Diamond at the Latino Leadership Alliance of Bucks County at Juanita@llabc.org, or log on to www.ubcc.org.
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