Sunday, January 17, 2010

ACC Offers Courses for Small Business Owners

Adirondack Community CollegeSpring 2010 Entrepreneurship CoursesReal-world skills. Experienced faculty. Energized attitudes.

Are you interested in launching a new business or taking an existing one to the next level?SUNY’s Adirondack Community College has three courses that can help you get there!

Entrepreneurship Finance
Understanding the details of your company’s finances is crucial for all entrepreneurs. Adirondack Community College’s Entrepreneurship Finance course can help you gain hands-on financial management skills for launching and operating your own small business. Through extensive use of case analysis, you’ll learn the importance of cash flow, working capital management, credit policies and practices, sources of financing, financial statements, and more!Tues & Thurs12:30—1:50 p.m.

Business Plan Development
Having a solid business plan is the first step to any successful entrepreneurial venture. Adirondack Community College’s Business Plan Development course can help you to understand the major actions and strategies essential for the successful operation of any small business. Plus, you’ll learn how to develop a comprehensive business plan that is not only operational but also meets standard requirements for small business loans and financing.
Tues & Thurs
9:30—10:50 a.m.

Principles of Entrepreneurship
Ever wonder what it takes to be an entrepreneur? This course highlights the skills and commitment necessary to successfully operate an entrepreneurial venture. And with the course’s unique self-analysis techniques, you’ll know exactly where you fall. Principles of Entrepreneurship also provides an in-depth review of the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship as a career choice, as well as entrance strategies to help get yourself started in your own small business. Tues & Thurs, 11:00 a.m.—12:20 p.m.Thurs, 5:45—8:45 p.m.

Seats are still available for classes beginning Monday, January 25.Reserve your spot today by contacting Beth Maranville at 518-743-2258 or