Free seminars to boost your small business

Space is limited, so register quickly

Want to learn how to brand your business, learn about producing financial statements or looking to provide services to the Canadian government?

Find out about these and other topics through a series of free seminars, webinars and Talk-to-an-Expert sessions being presented by Small Busines BC from October 15 to 19 as part of Small Business Week.

“Small Business Week presents an opportunity to celebrate Canadian entrepreneurs and the impact they have on our economy and local communities,” said Small Business BC in a statement.

“Demand is expected to be extremely high and places are limited, so book today to avoid disappointment.

“In order for as many clients as possible to be able to take advantage of the free offerings, we ask you to limit your Talk to An Expert Series bookings to three per client. If you do happen to miss out on the session of your choice, we will be opening a waitlist.”

Topics include: establishing financial records and bookkeeping systems, producing financial statements, creating a full business plan, providing professional services to the Government of Canada, branding your business, HR-related questions with a qualified HR professional and technology and systems foundation.

For more information, visit Small Business BC.

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