OWENSBORO, Ky. (1/18/12) - A national expert on small business, Marc Wilson, will make a stop in Owensboro on February 4th. Wilson will present a free seminar focusing on success in locally owned retail and restaurant operations, as part of the Small Town Merchant Program, in connection with the Owensboro office of the Murray State University Small Business Development Center (KSBDC).
Lois Decker, director of the Owensboro office of the Murray State Small Business Development Center told surfky.com news group that the "program will give small businesses a chance to get advice from Wilson, who has helped over 1000 retailers and restaurants, utilizing his experience of over 35 years of success as a small business owner. His two-hour presentation will counsel businesses on the best practices for customer service, cash flow, and more. We'll also have a drawing and Wilson will offer a limited number of businesses a free audit, to see what you are doing right and wrong, how to increase sales, just a new way to look at things you're doing as far as your business."
Breakfast will be served compliments of the Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Owensboro Economic Development Corporation.
The training session will be held on the third floor of the Chase Bank Building, at 200 East Third Street.
To find out more call 270-926-8085.
Other area cities will also get a chance to get advice from Wilson according to KSBDC State Director Becky Naugle.
"We are so excited to bring this new program to the state,” Naugle said in a press release. “Through this program we will be able to assist retailers and restaurant owners in rural communities and help them to build better businesses and, in turn, better local economies.”
Find out more about where and when the program will be in your area by logging on to www.ksbdc.org/STMP.
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