Are You Ready to Start A Small Business?

Have you dreamed of starting your own business? Are you wondering if you’re ready to make it happen?  Confused about where to begin? 

If this sounds like you, head on down to the Main Library next Tuesday, February 28th from 6-7:30 P.M. for our joint program with SCORE called “Are You Ready to Start A Small Business?”  Hank Cardarelli and I will share information that can help you figure out if you’re ready to break out on your own.

Registration isn’t required for this free event.  If you have questions, give us a call at 805-6930 or contact us via our Ask-A-Question service.


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2 Responses to Are You Ready to Start A Small Business?

  1. Lydelle says:

    I’m gearing up to start my own small business. I’m wondering what sort of information may be available at these sorts of events. I’m really interested in learning about PCI compliance. Any suggestions?


    • ccplbusiness says:

      This event is more of an introduction to starting a business & covers topics like legal structures for a business and options for financing a startup, so it doesn’t go into depth about any particular topic like compliance issues.

      I don’t know much about PCI compliance apart from what can be gleaned from the Wikipedia article. I’d suggest talking with a SCORE counselor to determine what your company needs to do to be in compliance. (It’s my guess that the company you use to process customers’ credit card orders will be the company responsible for handling complaince issues, but that is just a guess so your mileage may vary.) Good luck!


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