February Bits & Pieces


Diana Revolus calls her business, Ase Kreationz, a "for-profit ceramic 

studio  with  a nonprofit heart." At Ase Kreationz, parents, kids, families 

and  coworkers experience the therapeutic value of connecting through 

ceramic arts.

Your First Step Toward Business Growth: SWOT Analysis


Choosing the right direction for the future of your company can be a daunting 

task. Should you add services? Is your team staying competitive? How can you 

improve cash flow?

4 Steps to Brainstorming a Great New 
Business Idea

You know you want to start a business-you're dying to tell your boss, "So long," 

and take charge of your own destiny. There's just one problem: You're not sure 

what type of business you want to start.

Upcoming  Workshops 

Digital Hygiene For You and Your Business
February 6, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM 

  Ferguson Library
Technology and the internet have become an essential and integral part of our lives. This workshop will help you to navigate these somewhat "dangerous" and "uncharted" waters.

Idea Development: Phase 1 - Evolving Your Idea

February 12, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM 

Darien Library

You have an idea for a product or service. Now what? This workshop will guide you through the first phase of idea development, revealing the deliverables and conversations needed to get that idea moving in the right direction. This initial phase will impact every business decision you make going forward.

How to Develop a Business Plan in 6 Easy Steps: A simple approach to planning & execution 

February 27, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Fairfield Library  

A business plan is an essential road map for business success, but few small businesses ever complete a plan due to complex approaches that entail too much theory, writing and detail. You will get a pragmatic, straightforward tool for setting goals, developing action plans for achieving them, measuring how you are doings and adjusting accordingly.

In a recent, independently verified one-year study, our chapter started 846 new businesses and created 705 non-owner jobs.
 We are very proud of our track record and accomplishments and welcome you to take advantage of our services at your convenience.  

We would also encourage you to volunteer with us and help continue the mission of being America's top small business advocates.  The leaders of our Chapter are committed to maintaining the highest standards and performing for our clients at 
the highest possible level.

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