The January 14th Imagination Network presenting "It’s a new year so get your business into shape" is cancelled due to weather. This topic will be rescheduled for March 11th.
Whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur or a current small business owner, the New Year offers a great opportunity to make sure your business finances are in good shape for the year ahead. If you’re still working on a business plan, what do you need to make a return on investment?
Aspiring or current entrepreneurs, small business owners, plus other like-minded individuals are invited to learn more about small business finances including working capital, common mistakes that small businesses make, and more at the January 14th Imagination Network meeting from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Elks Club, 33 Sheboygan Street, Fond du Lac. Kathy Diederich, CPA, from Schenck SC will share information that small businesses need to enhance business operations. For more information about the January 14th meeting, check out the following link: http://www.fcedc.com/sft386/imaginationnetworkmonthlyflyer.pdf.
The purpose of the Imagination Network, an inventors and entrepreneurs club, is to educate, nurture and network area inventors and entrepreneurs. At the monthly meetings, people can connect with and learn from peers and other resources in a fun and supportive environment which will foster a culture of innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship in our local communities.
Imagination Network meetings are free and open to everyone in the Fond du Lac County area, surrounding counties and beyond. Meetings occur every second Tuesday of each month.
Anyone wishing to attend the January meeting or be added to the email list for future meeting topics should contact the Fond du Lac County Economic Development Corporation at 920-929-2928 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Or like and sign-up on Imagination Network’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ImaginationNetworkofWisconsin.
Imagination Network is sponsored by the Fond du Lac County Economic Development Corporation and the Center for Enterprise Development in partnership with the Imagination Network Advisory Council. The Council includes members from Moraine Park Technical College, Ripon College’s Creative Enterprise Consultants, ADVOCAP, and several area inventors and entrepreneurs.
Contact: Jo Ann Giese-Kent, FCEDC Director of Entrepreneurship and Business Intelligence, 920.322.1878 or email@example.com