BEDC offers Entrepreneurship 101 course
The Bermuda Economic Development Corporation is accepting applications for its eight-week Entrepreneurship 101 course.
The course, designed to teach the basics of small business management and creating a business plan, will be held on Tuesday evenings from 6pm to 8.30pm beginning on April 23 and ending on June 11.
The curriculum includes validating a product/service, writing a business plan, government obligations, the cost of doing business, funding a business and marketing, operations and human resources functions.
Classes will take place at the BEDC headquarters on the first floor of Sofia House, 48 Church Street, Hamilton.
Facilitated by Erica Smith, the BEDC executive director, the cost of the course is $275.
• Registrations are being accepted at www.bedc.bm, or by calling 292-5570
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