Business & Entrepreneurship

Business & Entrepreneurship

Marketing I - Intro to Marketing Planning

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Paul Proffitt, SunDown Group

Selling your product or service is hard.  You have to build a marketing plan on how you can get your stuff into the hands of your customers.  How do you do that?  What do you need to do?  This session will walk you through the marketing planning steps so you can answer the right questions.

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Forming Your Business I - Introduction

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Instructor: Paul Proffitt, SunDown Group

We will talk about what kinds of businesses can you form and why you would choose one type over the other, what goes into creating a business, and paths to becoming a full-time entrepreneur and small business owner.

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Finance II - Running the Business

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Paul Proffitt, SunDown Group

Inventory costs, accounts receivable, accounts payable, expenses, capital costs, and all of that other fun stuff is part of running a business.  Knowing your inflows and outflows of cash is paramount in running a successful business.

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Product and Service Creation II - Your Total Product Offering

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Paul Proffitt, SunDown Group

We are going to cover what your total product offering is, how much you should charge for it, and things to consider on branding your product and your company.

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Product and Service Creation I - Evaluating Your Idea

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Paul Proffitt, SunDown Group

Believe it or not Innovation and Creativity is a process.  You actually have to work at it to come up with ideas.  Very rarely does lightning just strike your brain, unless your idea is a lightning rod directly attached to your skull, but I digress.

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Forming Your Business II - Setting The Stage for Success

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Instructor: Paul Proffitt, SunDown Group

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Finance I - Introduction to Business Financials

Lead by
Paul Proffitt, SunDown Group

Accounting is Fun! - Well, not really, but accounting is one of those things that you just need to learn at a very basic level to be able to make sure you company is running well, has cash to pay its bills, and detect any problems or identify areas of opportunity.

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