Chandler hosts small business development workshops at Hamilton Library this March

Feb. 27, 2019
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The Chandler Public Library and the City’s Economic Development Division are partnering to host another series of free workshops to help small business owners start or grow their business. The workshops will be from 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 6, March 13, March 20 and March 27, at Chandler Hamilton Library, 3700 S. Arizona Ave.

  • Part 1 - Wednesday, March 6: Resources to Build Your Business
    Have an idea and not sure where to start? Learn about resources available through the City of Chandler’s Economic Development and Tax & Licensing divisions along with the Library.  Also, discover resources available within your community that can help you launch and grow your startup.
  • Part 2 - Wednesday, March 13: Creating a Business Plan/Marketing Your Business
    Take your idea to the next level with the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) discussing the creation of a business plan. Then, Chandler Chamber of Commerce and the City’s Communications and Public Affairs staff will highlight networking, marketing and social media best practices. 
  • Part 3 - Wednesday, March 20: Financing and Staffing Your Business
    Discover the ins and outs of financing with the Small Business Administration (SBA).  Discuss labor laws and human resource issues to think about when hiring your first employee.
  • Part 4 - Wednesday, March 27: Grand Openings to Long-Term Success
    Join us for a moderated panel discussion comprised of owners from local companies. This is an opportunity to gain insight and interact with those who have successfully started and built their acclaimed businesses here in Chandler. 

Attendees may attend one or all of the workshops offered in the series. Space is limited, and registration is required for each session of the four-part series. For more information, call 782-2800, or visit Economic Development Business Workshops to reserve your spot. 

Media contacts:    
Stephanie Romero    
Public Information Officer

Rosanna Johnson
Chandler Public Library