Archived Story

‘Marketing For Your Business’ course begins Nov. 13

Published 5:06pm Friday, November 2, 2012

Discover more about who you are and how that can help you better market your business. Come to know your customers in a deeper way and how your business relationships are the key to your success. Whether you are product or service oriented, learn to play the role of game-changer in your niche and become the trusted expert where your customers return again and again.

Specific marketing and networking resources in food, agriculture or rural enterprises are available through this course.

Through lending, consulting and training, Mountain BizWorks helps smaller businesses grow and larger businesses thrive. As a non-profit community development financial institution, the organization provides a continuum of services to help businesses in western NC grow from pre-launch ideas to durable businesses that create permanent, family-wage jobs.

Mountain BizWorks also provides small business loans of up to $150,000. For a full schedule of upcoming courses and events throughout western NC, please visit www.mountainbizworks.org/calendar.

Registration is now open for the five-week course held on Tuesdays beginning Nov. 13 from 6-9 p.m. The chambers is located at 2753 Lynn Road, Tryon. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

Contact Ashley Epling at 828-253-2834 ext. 27 or by email at Ashley@mountainbizworks.org.

You can also contact Janet Sciacca, chamber director at 828-859-6236 or by email at janet@carolinafoothillschamber.org.

– article submitted by Carol Lynn Jackson

Editor's Picks

Editorial: Divisive prayer alienated citizens

Everyone deserves the right to free speech. Few will argue this point more staunchly than those who work in the newspaper industry.  Even we have ... Read more  | 2 comments

Bathanti will judge Lanier Library’s poetry competition

North Carolina’s Poet Laureate Joseph Bathanti will judge for this year’s Sidney Lanier Poetry Competition. Bathanti is the author of eight books of poetry as ... Read more