Cleveland Chamber Of Commerce Offers Advice To Small Business Overs
Written by Ken Gaebler
The Coffee and Business Advice seminar will begin next week
The Chamber of Commerce in Cleveland, Ohio, is planning an advice program for small business owners in order to answer any question they may have regarding how best to increase profits.
The Cleveland Banner reports that the Chamber of Commerce, along with the Small Business Development Center and the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library, have all teamed up in order to promote the Coffee and Business Advice program, which begins next week.
“These are going to be monthly sessions offered on the last Thursday of each month during September and October. We will break for the holidays and resume in January," said Brenda Sheehy, the director of the SBDC, speaking about the news for small business. "CABA is going to be a great opportunity for people to find out more information about starting a small business or franchise and tapping into the knowledge of legal, financial, and other small business experts.”
Other organizations have been trying to lend a hand to small businesses in recent weeks. Columbus Local News reports that the Ohio Small Business Development Center will give small business owners in Columbus the chance to learn more about running a business.
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