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Business Seminars and Webinars

Posted on: August 18, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Aug. 26 - Sept 16 on Thursdays - Learn Business Finances & Plan for Success




Every Thursday 

August 26 - September 16, 2021

10: 00 am - 12:00 pm, CST




Do you want to learn about the most important financial statements for your business? Do you know how to do a financial forecast and how to set competitive prices for your products and service? Does your business need funds to grow? Join this 4-week workshop series and learn how to manage your finances and how to develop strategies to grow your business. 


During this series, you will learn:

• Learn about the cash flow, balance sheet, and profit and loss financial statements 

• Pricing strategies and break-even point 

• Different forms to access funds for your business 

• Forecast and budgeting 

• Key performance indicator


Register for this series by August 19, 2021




Workshop Faciliatators


Minerva Calatayud is an Associate Director of entrepreneurial Services in Aurora. She provides one-on-one advice to women entrepreneurs that want to start or grow their business in English and Spanish. She also imparts training and educational programs. Minerva has many years of experience developing international strategies that enable companies to expand and grow their markets. She has many years of experience in the food and beverage industry. She is an experienced entrepreneur with a passion for helping people grow and find their full potential. 


Veronica Ojeda is the Associate Director of Access to Capital. She provides financial assistance and counseling to entrepreneurs in English and Spanish. She brings 18 years of banking experience. During her banking tenure, she worked with a wide range of clients including Consumer, Commercial, and Private Banking. Veronica holds an MBA with a concentration in Finance from Ashford University and a Project Management Certificate from Loyola University Chicago. 









Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.







Register here by Aug. 19
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