Learn how to start your own business with BE$T
14 Mar 2022
Kitsap, Education, entrepreneurs, business startups
Dreaming of Starting Your Own Business? BE$T Can Help!
Kitsap Community Resources’ Business Education Support & Training (BE$T) Program is committed to providing the business training and network of supportive community services to enterprising individuals to gain self- sufficiency through small business ownership.
Next Class Begins April 12.
Tuition is Based on a Sliding Scale & Starts at Only $60!
- In-Person 8-week classes begin APRIL 12
- Evening classes at Kitsap Community Resources in Bremerton
- Develop your business concept
- Define and understand your target customer base
- Learn about money management and break-even point analysis
- Study cash flow, pricing, taxes and financial statements
- Learn how to set up operations including legal structure
- Design a marketing and sales plan
- Develop your own basic business plan
Click here for more information including application process & tuition information.
FOR MORE INFORMATION— EMAIL BE$T@KCR.ORG OR CALL 360-473-2156
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