Test your dream in this intensive workshop designed to assess the feasibility of your business idea and provide you with the tools and tips needed to plan for entrepreneurship. Both traditional and progressive tools like The Big Idea and the Business Model Canvas will be utilized to help you target your customers, define your value proposition and estimate the resources and cash needed to be successful. Also, learn about what it takes to start a food business. Millrace Kitchen, a NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley initiative, will share case studies on how to start a food business from their new incubator kitchen program. Also, the City of Woonsocket will share the details of their loan program and other economic development policies.
Our advisers are available to customize these lessons to your business at no cost.
The Focus of the Workshop
– Assessment: Internal & External
– Nuts & Bolts: Government Requirements & Legal Considerations
– Elements of a Business Model
If you’re starting a business or need feedback on the essential steps and process of starting a business then this workshop is for you.