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State-local seminar offers advice to small businesses

12.15.2008College & Community

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State-local seminar offers advice to small businesses

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Mikeal Basinger (right), senior vice president of Capital Bank, in Sanford, was one of the presenters at the ďBusiness Success in Tough TimesĒ seminar held at Chef Paulís Restaurant in Sanford Dec. 11. He spoke about what is necessary for business success, including improving cash flow. The event, for small business owners, was one of nine pilot seminars presented statewide between Dec. 8 and Dec. 11 by The University of North Carolina Systemís Small Business and Technology Development Center and the N.C. Community College Systemís Small Business Center Network. The Sanford Area Chamber of Commerce, Lee County Economic Development Corporation, and Committee of 100, in conjunction with Central Carolina Community Collegeís Small Business Center, hosted the Sanford seminar. From the feedback and information gathered and shared at the seminars, the SBTDC and SBCN will develop programs focusing on small business success in a down economy to be rolled out across the state in January and February.†

State-local seminar offers advice to small businesses

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Dr. Ron Ilinitch (standing), regional director of The University of North Carolina Systemís Small Business and Technology Development Center was one of the presenters at the ďBusiness Success in Tough TimesĒ seminar held Dec. 11 at Chef Paulís Restaurant, in Sanford. The event, for small business owners, was one of nine pilot seminars presented statewide between Dec. 8 and Dec. 11 by The University of North Carolina Systemís Small Business and Technology Development Center and the N.C. Community College Systemís Small Business Center Network. The Sanford Area Chamber of Commerce, Lee County Economic Development Corporation, and Committee of 100, in conjunction with Central Carolina Community Collegeís Small Business Center, hosted the Sanford seminar. From the feedback and information gathered and shared at the seminars, the SBTDC and SBCN will develop programs focusing on small business success in a down economy to be rolled out across the State in January and February.†

State-local seminar offers advice to small businesses

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Rita Gale Cruise (standing), regional director of Self-Help, speaks at the ďBusiness Success in Tough TimesĒ seminar as fellow presenter Michael Daly (right), vice president of BB&T, in Sanford, and seminar attendees listen. †The event, for small business owners, was held Dec. 11 at Chef Paulís Restaurant, in Sanford. †It was one of nine pilot seminars presented statewide between Dec. 8 and Dec. 11 by The University of North Carolina Systemís Small Business and Technology Development Center and the N.C. Community College Systemís Small Business Center Network. The Sanford Area Chamber of Commerce, Lee County Economic Development Corporation, and Committee of 100, in conjunction with Central Carolina Community Collegeís Small Business Center, hosted the Sanford seminar. From the feedback and information gathered and shared at the seminars, the SBTDC and SBCN will develop programs focusing on small business success in a down economy to be rolled out across the State in January and February.†

State-local seminar offers advice to small businesses

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Jim Felton, director of Central Carolina Community Collegeís Small Business Center, was one of the presenters at the ďBusiness Success in Tough TimesĒ seminar held Dec. 11 at Chef Paulís Restaurant, in Sanford. The event, for small business owners, was one of nine pilot seminars presented statewide between Dec. 8 and Dec. 11 by The University of North Carolina Systemís Small Business and Technology Development Center and the N.C. Community College Systemís Small Business Center Network. The Sanford Area Chamber of Commerce, Lee County Economic Development Corporation, and Committee of 100, in conjunction with Central Carolina Community Collegeís Small Business Center, hosted the Sanford seminar. From the feedback and information gathered and shared at the seminars, the SBTDC and SBCN will develop programs focusing on small business success in a down economy to be rolled out across the State in January and February.†

State-local seminar offers advice to small businesses

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Area small business owners gathered at a ĎBusiness Success in Tough Timesí seminar held Dec. 11 at Chef Paulís Restaurant, in Sanford, to hear advice on surviving and thriving in a down economy. The event was one of nine pilot seminars presented statewide between Dec. 8 and Dec. 11 by The University of North Carolina Systemís Small Business and Technology Development Center and the N.C. Community College Systemís Small Business Center Network. Bob Joyce (pictured), president of the Sanford Area Chamber of Commerce, introduced the speakers. The Chamber, Lee County Economic Development Corporation, and Committee of 100, in conjunction with Central Carolina Community Collegeís Small Business Center, hosted the Sanford seminar. From the feedback and information gathered and shared at the seminars, the SBTDC and SBCN will develop programs focusing on small business success in a down economy to be rolled out across the State in January and February.†

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