Thursday, November 6, 2014

SBA offers entrepreneurs week-long crash course in business

Business owners at every stage, from start up to maturity, will soon get a week-long crash course in entrepreneurship from the comfort of their living rooms if they choose.

To celebrate National Distance Learning Week, the Small Business Administration has launched a blog providing links to a variety of classes on small-business topics, such as how to write a business plan, crowdfunding for entrepreneurs and how to take your business global, according to a news release.

Distance learning is simply attending or participating in a class or educational venture digitally, without the worry of commuting or sitting in an actual classroom.

Starting Nov. 10, each entrepreneur or aspiring business owner will take a class each day tailored to the specific stage their business is in, according to an SBA news release.

Classes start Nov. 10 and end Nov. 14.

Each class is 30 minutes, but require Acrobat Reader or Adobe Flash Player to use. Links and descriptions of each class are available on the SBA's website.


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