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CROWN POINT | Nominations are now invited for the Northwest Indiana Small Business Development Center’s annual Entrepreneurial Excellence (E-Day) Awards.
MICHIGAN CITY | The Northwest ISBDC is teaming with First Trust Credit Union to offer “Who am I Trying to Reach and How Do They Find Me? Marketing for Success as a Small Business” from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday Sept. 26 at Ivy Tech Community College Michigan City campus, 3714 Franklin St., in …
CROWN POINT | The Northwest Indiana Small Business Development Center and Anna Sheets are offering QuickBooks essentials from 9 a.m. to noon May 11 and 18 at the Purdue University Calumet Academic Learning Center, 9900 Connecticut Drive, in Room 221.
HAMMOND | This workshop aims to help entrepreneurs evaluate their business ideas, prepare a sound business plan, manage expectations and increase chances of accessing capital.
CROWN POINT | Facilitator Anna Sheets, of Accounting Made Simple, will help participants take their skills to the next level.
Standing in front of the crowd at the recent Entrepreneurial Excellence Awards luncheon, I was awed to see so many supporters of the small business community.
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