Free Workshop for Veterans in business

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Please help me spread the word- if you are a Veteran, know a Veteran, or are a friend of a friend of a Veteran- or are married to a Veteran, let them know about this.

It’s totally free– and I’m teaching day 2- which will be my www.websitetology.com seminar.

Contact Name:  Richard G. Portis
Organization: XXI-C Industries LLC
Phone Number:  (877) 522-2747 x101
Email:  [email protected]

VETERAN ENTREPRENEURS WORKSHOP

VETERANS GETTING BACK TO BUSINESS – Reposition-Reshape-Sustain

Dayton, Ohio: Veteran Business Outreach Center (VBOC), VetBizCentral and VBOC Central State University Workforce & Career Development Center Announces Veteran Business Two-Day Workshop in Ohio.

The workshop mission is to get Veterans Back To Business by providing targeted assistance to transitioning soldiers and military veterans who seek to be business owners and grow existing businesses.

The workshop will offer guidance in the areas of government and commercial contracting, internet and web-based business growth strategies including, Explore Basic Business Insights, Explore Essentials For Entrepreneurs, Leadership Skills and Professional Networking Connections, Strengthening New or Existing Business Enterprise Skills and Assessment of Business Concepts & Feasibility Planning.

Vetrepreneur event flyer in Dayton Ohio

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PRESENTERS

Richard G. Portis, Pres. XXI-C Industries, LLC, Veteran Business  & Business Consulting Coach.

David Esrati, Chief Creative Officer,  The Next Wave, Service Disabled Veteran Business Owner

Additional Guests Speakers and Local Resource Groups.

Date:               TWO Days April 27-28 2016 / 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Location:       Central State University-Dayton, 840 Germantown St, Dayton, OH 45402

Open To: Transitioning  Military Veterans & Dependents.

To Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/veteran-entrepreneurs-workshop-registration-24236537135?err=29

Facebook:       www.facebook.com/VeteranEntrepreneursWorkshop

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