Tag: Small Business Center at RCCC

How to Start a Business in Rowan and Cabarrus Counties

Free virtual course offered by the Small Business Center at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College: Got a great business idea? Dreaming of becoming an entrepreneur? This one hour webinar will walk you through the process of assessing the viability of your idea, creating your launch checklist, and accessing free and low-cost resources to help you on your small business journey. Whether you want to start a side hustle or launch a million-dollar enterprise, at the end of this hour you’ll have a clear picture of the steps...

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The Ultimate Guide to Google My Business

Virtual course by the Small Business Center at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College: Ready to take your local search game to the next level and dominate your competition? Join our workshop to learn the ultimate guide to google maps and google business profile optimization. We’ll cover everything from developing the perfect profile to creating engaging GMB posts that drive conversions. With our strategic approach, you’ll learn how to use GMB to attract more customers, increase your online visibility, and rank...

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Financing Your Business

Free virtual course by the Small Business Center at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College: Join Roxanne Reed, a 26-year Business Strategist, Access to Capital expert, and small business owner herself with Granit Training Group. Finance doesn’t have to be scary! This webinar will be fun, relaxed and impactful and Roxanne will teach you how to learn all about how you can gain Access to Capital for your business! You will learn best practices for navigating grants and loans while also learning how to present your business...

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Cabarrus Center Retail Lab Graduates 10 Local Entrepreneurs, Awards 5 Grants

Ten local entrepreneurs are celebrating their graduation from the Retail Lab Boot Camp—a new program created in 2021 to address the complex nature of starting and operating a retail establishment. The 10 graduates of Retail Lab completed an application-based, six-week immersive boot camp on May 4. The following week, five of the graduates chose to pitch for members of the Entrepreneurship Council for $2,500 micro-grants. All five of them were successfully awarded the grants. Bethann McGinnis, owner of Little Beautiful...

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